Daily Archives: January 12, 2021

Famines In A Time Of Plenty

One of the oddities of famine is that frequently people suffer from famines not because there is not enough food, but that the food does not get to the people who need it. Political famines in recent decades have been … Continue reading

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Book Review: Nauru, Phosphate, And Progress

Nauru, Phosphate, And Progress, by Nancy Viviani At its heart, this book is written with an attitude of praise for the people and government in Nauru itself and how it dealt with the Trusteeship Council of the United Nations in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Paradise For Sale

Paradise For Sale: A Parable Of Nature, by Carl N. McDaniel and John M. Gowdy One of the most notable aspects of the contemporary left, and that includes the authors of this book, is an appalling lack of self-awareness that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mandate For Nauru

Mandate For Nauru, League Of Nations The mandate for the island of Nauru that placed the island, which had previously been governed by Germany, into the rule of Australia, is somewhat more notable for what it does not say than … Continue reading

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