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Agrarian Justice?

This June marked 205 years since the death of Thomas Paine, which prompted me to think about Paine’s legacy and his relevance to contemporary politics. From Common Sense, the pamphlet which strengthened American resolve to fight the British and continue the American Revolution to The Rights of Man, ‘the most widely read pamphlet in the… Continue reading Agrarian Justice?

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‘Bonn Courage!’

Camilla Born, @camillaborn and Louisa Casson, @louisacasson UK Youth Climate Coalition, @ukycc   In December 2015 the UN climate talks are on course to sign a global deal that puts us on course for avoiding unmanageable climate change. The mid-year conference in Bonn this month set the agenda for December’s Conference of the Parties (COP) in… Continue reading ‘Bonn Courage!’