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The government intends to extend the Right to Buy to housing associations. Readers of this blog will know how, over the years, I have questioned the wisdom of the existing Right to Buy arrangements. 830 more words
David Orr is the founder and visionary behind the Oberlin Project.
Borrowing from oberlinproject.org:
A grant-funded venture, the Oberlin Project has four full-time staff who coordinate stakeholder teams working on energy, education, policy, community engagement, economic development, transportation, research, and local foods and agriculture. 251 more words
Robert Frost’s most famous poem, “The Road Not Taken,” turns 100 this month, and it has not aged well. That’s no fault of the poem, which exists on its own terms, but the countless ways in which its complex meaning has been mangled and codified through the years, both by poetry scholars who see it as a satire of the illusion of individual choice, and by commencement speakers who regard the poem as a sunny celebration of free will. 1,003 more words