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A. G. Mahoney

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (74 of 80)
Location: UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 101,717 - Total Helpful Votes: 74 of 80
India Dishonoured: Behind a nation's war on women &hellip by Sunny Hundal
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This short essay - almost an article - covers the subject matter in a broad and not particularly deep manner.

It highlights some sociological roots of violence against women, for example dowry payments and sex-selection during pregnancy (with preference for boys).

The problems associated with honour are briefly touched upon.

The thing that strikes the reader most is the institutional nature of anti-female prejudice. Several accounts relate how victims must work hard even to get their crimes registered by the police, and the lack of professionalism by the police and local governments in relation to this issue.

I was expecting a more academic text,… Read more
Ex-Pro Panasonic VW-VBG130, VWVBG130, VW-VBG130A, &hellip by Ex-Pro
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Take a look at the list of models this claims compatibility for. Let me copy and paste from Amazon:

Ex-Pro Panasonic VW-VBG130, VWVBG130, VW-VBG130A, VW-VBG130E1K [EXACT] High Power Plus+ 2 Year Warranty Replacement ID Secured Lithium Li-on Camcorder Battery for Panasonic Camcorders HDC-SD1, HDC-SD5, HDC-SD9, HDC-SD10, HDC-SD20, HDC-SD100, HDC-SD200, HDC-SD300, HDC-SD600, HDC-SD700.

That's what I did, and seeing my model there, I ordered the battery.

Unfortunately, the battery was not compatibile at all, not fitting the battery slot. Ex-Pro were vastly unhelpful in responding to my problem, insisting that since i'd opened the box it could not be returned. I… Read more
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
61 of 67 people found the following review helpful
A good political read, very interesting to hear Hitler's rationale contemporaneously. Two things bother me about this book. The edition itself is not the best edited, a few spelling mistakes here and there, frequent enough to be noticable. Second,the back of the book, which sells Hitler as an "evil genius" or "monster". Mein Kampf has its own merits and logic. It is counter-productive to dismiss the book as worthless. Hitler was not a monster, he was a human, and reading this book helps you understand how people are able to act like monsters. Censorship of literature is a hallmark of fascist states, and I think its a shame that there is in some quarters consent that the content of the book… Read more