Daily Archives: June 23, 2020

Knowing Your Civil War Loyalties

As one of the 2/5 of people in the United States who believe that a Civil War in the near-term is quite possible, it is important to understand what one means by a Civil War.  There are a great many … Continue reading

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In Praise Of Tone Policing

Among all the beleaguered and assaulted forms of policing in our present evil world, I would like to stand up today in defense of one of the most obscure forms of policing, and that is tone policing.  As anyone who … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Spanish Civil War (Ranzato)

The Spanish Civil War, by Gabrielle Ranzato You know a book about the Spanish Civil War is not going to be any good when it is part of a Traveller’s history series and views the rapine and theft and violence … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Spanish Civil War: A Very Short Introduction

The Spanish Civil War:  A Very Short Introduction, by Helen Graham Short introductions certainly have their place.  Despite long having at least some interest in civil wars, I have been surprised to find that some twenty thousand books or more … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Spanish Civil War (Purcell)

The Spanish Civil War, by Hugh Percell Before I review this book, I feel it necessary to point out the perspective by which I judge a book on this particular subject.  If a book views the side of anarchists, Communists, … Continue reading

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