Earliest political memory of the day #145

                                                Donald Trump.         […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #144

Constables notifying the men at the “kafeneia” (coffeehouses), so that the information would reach the women and children. Also, “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”. Οι χωροφύλακες που κάνουν ενημέρωση στους «άντρες» στα […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #143

Me and my cousins crammed at the open cargo area of my uncle’s pickup truck, driving to the village where the grown-ups were going to vote. We were having a […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #142

I was 4 years old, it was my birthday. October 1962. All my uncles and my parents were listening to the radio. It was the Bay of Pigs Crisis. Would […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #141

I was 5 years old on Sep. 11, 2001. I remember the teacher crying, and being dismissed early from class. Once I got home, I remember watching the news with […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #140

I’m not fond of the elections, because one time I voted and I didn’t get any position! I’d like to have been elected President. Δε μου αρέσουν οι εκλογές γιατί […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #139

I was 3,5 years old in my mom’s arms, among a lot of people. We were looking at students who were on a hunger strike (Athens, 1964, Law 114). 3,5 […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #138

It was the 1979 UK election. I was 8, and my class had a discussion about the election with the teacher. I cant remember it. Inf act, I only know […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #137

My father going to the European Social Forum in Genoa in 2001, where Carlos Juliani was shot dead by the carabinieris. I think I about 8 years old.

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Earliest political memory of the day #136

I recall Alf Garnett in a TV show Till Death Do Us Part (circa 1966) saying in a dismissive tone : “Harold Bloody Wilson” and thinking I wonder who that […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #135

Ήμουν 9 χρονών όταν το πρωί στην αυλή, υπήρξε μια αναστάτωση. Οι νοικοκυρές είχαν πλησιάσει τις χαμηλές μάντρες που χώριζαν τις ιδιοκτησίες τους και με συνωμοτικό ύφος συζητούσαν ταραγμένες. Προσπαθούσα […]

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Earliest political memory of the day #134

Placing “Vote No” leaflets under doors at the time of Australian referendum to make Australian Communist Party illegal 1951. I was 9 years old.

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