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      Tom Hayden on Drones 

      This comic appeared at Truthout on January 3, 2013.

      By Tom Hayden, Paul Buhle and Ellis Rosen.

      Tom Hayden looks at the questionable legal backing and strategic justifications for the US drone assassination program.


      Copyright, Reprinted with permission.

      Ellis Rosen

      Ellis J. Rosen is a contributor, along with Sam Marlow, to the Eisner-nominated graphic anthology "Yiddishkeit: Jewish Vernacular and the New Land," edited by Harvey Pekar and Paul Buhle. He has just completed work which will be seen in the forthcoming movie "Diving Normal," based on the award-winning play by Ashlin Halfnight. He has done several comic adaptations (with Marlow) of speeches by Tom Hayden. His satiric look at contemporary life, "The Shadow's Nose," as well as his other works, are available for your enjoyment at

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