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The Culture Of Place

The recent EU referendum in Britain, and the current US election, have set me thinking seriously about national identity. Why is it that people in one place so persistently regard themselves as in some way different  from geographically adjacent peoples? … Continue reading

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A Deepening Cultural Crisis

I was watching Margaret Thatcher, Death of a Revolutionary, today. What interested me about it was not so much Thatcher herself, but the accompanying political analysis, which went something like this: Post-war Britain had a post-war political consensus. Much of industry … Continue reading

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