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Review: The Act of Killing (2013)

Directors: Joshua Oppenheimer & Christine Cynn
Runtime: 115 min // Certificate: 15

“Truth is stranger than fiction”, as the old adage goes. It’s the mantra from which all the greatest documentaries blossom, yet nowhere is it more true than in The Act of Killing, Joshua Oppenheimer’s simultaneously fascinating and harrowing BAFTA-winning film about the legacy and aftermath of… 1,031 more words

Movies

Unit Eleven Think Piece #1: Anti-Communist Books

The following two images are covers from two anti-communist books published in the late 1940s/early 1950s Is This Tomorrow? and Blood is the Harvest. Taking the caveats of judging a book by its cover into consideration, what do you imagine the effect of books like this was on the American populace? 37 more words

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Unit Eleven React Post #1: Anti-Communist Books

The following two images are covers from two anti-communist books published in the late 1940s/early 1950s: Is This Tomorrow? and Blood is the Harvest. Taking the caveats of judging a book by its cover into consideration, what do you imagine the effect of books like this was on the American populace? 37 more words

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From the Archives: Saving Hearts and Minds in the 1930s and 1940s

What do we need to do to educate young people? Conservative activists, just like their progressive or leftist opponents, have long recognized that education goes far beyond school. 672 more words

Conservatism

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The Amazon Queen had foolishly joined forces with the Soviet Feminist Republic in her crusade against American Patriarchy. Her forces are crushed in battle, and she has the humiliation of being tied and bound before all her loyal followers.

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Antifeminism

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I was feeling generous when I woke up this morning, I was pleased she hadn’t had any accidents after spending the night tied, and was going to untie her legs from their painfully strained position.

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Antifeminism

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Womyn’s Herstory 238 The Founding Mothers

The Red Scare is the hardest part of Herstory for me. It brings me shame to be reminded of all the humiliations our poor gender suffered under the Old Patriarchy.

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Antifeminism