The fun-loving, freedom-loving decadent West undermined and subverted its enemies by making them be like itself, not by becoming grim and hard and serious like them. Those who had the most laughs had the last laugh.

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Worth Reading 34: Make up your own rule

And a majority that aren’t election-related. Electoral Services: I know they’re only doing their job, but… – Jennie Rigg on the last-minute rush to get nomination papers in, which many people who’ve been candidate and/or agents will read with a few knowing nods.…

Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley (2011 book #15)

The concluding part of the story McAuley began in The Quiet War, Gardens Of The Sun is a Solar System-spanning tale of politics and genetics. It picks up all the plot threads and characters from the first novel and then follows them over…

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