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The Great Melody by O'brien
The Great Melody by O'brien
O'Brien has given a very convincing exposition of a Burke who was consistent both in advocating progressive causes in America, India and Ireland and in condemning the French Revolution. Burke's stance can be viewed as one which saw progressive change as renovation and replacement rather than trying to construct an abstract frame of government on the rubble of its predecessor.
A Practical Approach to Civil Procedure by Stuart Sime
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 13 July 2014
The book is true to the title.
Orwell's England: The Road to Wigan Pier in the Co&hellip by George Orwell
I first read this book 40 years ago and was struck by the vivid reporting of the world of work (and its obverse, unemployment). That still blazes through, but now I find that the political agenda put forward by Blair, which has pssed its 75th birthday, is completely relevant and needs to be addressed by politicians and political theorists today.