Thursday October 1, 2020

Intelligent look at the politics of the decade

One is a rounded natural stone, beautifully moulded by the sea and picked up from the beach during a family outing. The other is a jagged piece of the Berlin Wall, made out of grit and disfigured by a patch of garish graffiti.

11th July, 2009

Facts Are Subversive: Political Writing From a Decade Without a Name

By Timothy Garton Ash

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