Daily Archives: July 31, 2020

Ignem In Urbe Video

What is it that cities offer to humanity?  The term civilization itself is connected to the cities from which civilization is thought to have sprung.  It is widely believed that for culture to develop there must be enough people all … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Rainbow In The Night

A Rainbow In The Night:  The Tumultuous Birth Of South Africa, by Dominique Lapierre At the basis of this book there is a severe flaw that limits its enjoyment reading after it was published.  The author really wants to make … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bearing Witness

Bearing Witness:  Women And The Truth And Reconciliation Commission In South Africa, by Fiona C. Ross This book is an example of what happens when someone whose only knowledge about the world comes from the worthless field of women’s studies … Continue reading

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Book Review: Apartheid: A History

Apartheid:  A History, by Brian Lapping This particular book is about an obviously delicate subject, namely the system of racial segregation and superiority that was set up by the Dutch starting in the 1940’s when the South African legislature began … Continue reading

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