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Public Address 21/04/08 - Not all victims equal

Public Address 21/04/08 - Not all victims are equal

Not all victims are equal | Apr 21, 2008 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News
I'm not surprised that audience members walked out during Annette King's speech to the Sensible Sentencing Trust's conference. Not that I think there was anything wrong with the speech itself -- but telling a hall full of people gathered around their belief that crime is spiralling out of...,

Truth. Compassion. Forbearance. Propaganda | Apr 18, 2008 12:19
Graham Reid's many things
Back when I was studying Chinese philosophy -- sort of Mencius to Mao in 20 easy lessons -- I also became fascinated by the arcane nature of Chinese politics. I would frequently try to engage my lecturer on how he understood the inner workings of the Party, and matters like...,


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