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Clothes to Die For

On Sunday evening I watched a programme on BBC Two about the 2013 Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, called This World – Clothes to Die For. 423 more words


Discoveries This Week

This week’s reading was more scattered than last week’s, which was focused mainly on US surveillance and politics. Still lots of interesting stuff this week — it’s amazing what comes to light when I allow myself to care. 964 more words

Kenneth Johnston's Unusual Suspects, Parts 4-6, Coda

There is no more sombre enemy of good art than the pram in the hall … Whom the gods wish to destroy they first call promising … I was a stage rebel, Orwell a true one — Cyril Connolly, …

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Odgovor Katarini Đorđević na tekst "Supruga i majka"

Tekst Katarine Đorđević “Supruga i majka” u “odbranu humanitarne delatnosti i ličnosti Dragice Nikolić”, koliko možemo da razlučimo, u najvećoj meri se obraća… 409 more words

Debt Relief, AGO Open House and Workers' Rights Conference Save the Date!

July 31: Free Webinar- Drowning in Debt! What Law Students & Lawyers Need to Know about Managing Student Debt & Earning Loan Forgiveness

A must attend for anyone with student debt, this free webinar explains how to reduce your monthly student loan payments and qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. 138 more words


UK Never Got Post-Empire

I watched the BBC documentary “Das Auto The Germans, Their Cars and Us“.  You can watch it complete on YouTube and I recommend you do even if you have no interest in cars or Germany.   511 more words

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Kenneth Johnston's Unusual Suspects, Prologue, Parts 1-4

It was a misfortune to any man to have been born in the latter end of the last century … The flame of liberty, the light of intellect, was to be extinguished with the sword — or with slander, whose edge is sharper than the sword — Hazlitt, …

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