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Worth Reading 188

Palin’s Late Style: He Knows the Main Thing – An analysis of the latest piece by radical performance poet Sarah Palin. Horizontal History – An interesting perspective on births, deaths, famous lives and how they overlap. The audacious rescue plan that might have…

Worth Reading 116: The star to every wandering bark

The dark power of fraternities – It’s been doing the rounds because of an interesting opening, but the meat of this article on the influence of fraternities within the US higher education system is interesting. The True History of Libertarianism in America: A…

Worth Reading 47: Nothing to do with Star Trek

A Rocket To Nowhere – Setting out the case that the Space Shuttle programme has been a wasted opportunity. (via) In the depths of some men’s minds – The Gaping Silence on some of the causes of the Norwegian mass-murder. Western culture still…

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