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A Review of Stoning the Devil on The Feminist Wire

The following is a short snippet of Jill Di Donato’s review of Stoning the Devil by Garry Craig Powell, published by The Feminist Wire on April 10, 2013.  The full review, entitled Western Novelist Paints a Racy Portrait of Middle Eastern … Continue reading

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Guest Blog by Gordon Strong: British involvement in the American Civil War

Many, including a great proportion of Americans, are ignorant of the motives behind the Civil War. The extent of British involvement in the conflict is also generally unknown. Received opinion assigns the emancipation of the slaves as a reason for … Continue reading

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By Degree – the Political Speech has become a Lost Art

Exposed to a lot of politics on both sides of the channel these days, I have noted a distinct drop in quality when it comes delivering a public speech.  A year after The King’s Speech won all the film awards … Continue reading

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