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The Often Interrupted History of AfghanistanBook - 2012
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Pakistan sent the Taliban into Afghanistan, but Talibanism came seeping back across the border, disrupting Pakistani society.
The mysterious Adolph Dubs affair inched Afghanistan closer to becoming one more Soviet Socialist Republic.
Afgaan peasant's didn't see their ife in terms of class interests. They saw their world layered and compartmentalized by ethnic, tribal, and religious facters.
In Afghan culture, however helping one's kin is not only legal it's honorable. In fact; it's an obligation.
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