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22. The Navigator

October 13, 1924
Metro-Goldwyn
Directed by Buster Keaton and Donald Crisp

Having proved himself in the mountains, against the waterfall, as well as in the relations of society, and even within his own¬†psyche, … 470 more words

1920s

From Prairial to Pop Culture. Day Eighteen. A Revolution for whom?


In hindsight, it is easy to praise the great strides made by the various revolutionary governments that passed radical legislation during the years 1789-1794. If we lived through events, however, we might see things differently.  116 more words

French Revolution

Bourgeoisie Gears Up To See Homer

The giant doughnut hat looks like Bourgeoisie came from Springfield.

Drag Queens Of London

Friedrich Nietzsche on Democracy, Feminism, and Socialism

1. “Democracy means drift.” Rather than acting as a coherent whole, democratic man is given permission to do what he pleases. Similarly, for Plato, democracy is a “charming form of government,” filled with variety and disorder, and “dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequals alike.” There is a worship of mediocracy–an Aristotelian doctrine of the mean. 611 more words

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Liberal Class Bigotry and its Consequences

It was the scandal of the decade in U.S. higher education. In 1998, Princeton University Press published The Shape of the River, billing the book as a powerful vindication of race-based affirmative action in college admissions. 2,504 more words

Higher Education

Views and Aims

“The communists disdain to conceal their views and aims.” Marx and Engels proclaimed this in the famous 1848 Manifesto of the Communist Party. In keeping in this spirit of raising the voices of the working class, and aiming to advance and disseminate communist thinking from ordinary communists, this blog has been established. 72 more words

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