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Jun
12
2011
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 31 issue 4

The Three Great Ideas of Yacouba Sawadogo

Brooke Horvath


POEM The Three Great Ideas of Yacouba Sawadogo Brooke Horvath (Based on an article by Mark Hertsgaard in The Nation, December 7, 2009) “My father is buried here,” Sawadogo says, a hatchet slung over his shoulder, sitting among his cows, guinea fowl, goats, beneath acacia and zizyphus trees in Burkino...

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