Monthly Archives: March 2009

Has democracy passed it’s sell-by date?

Some while back I posted on whether democracy really was the least worst option (see here).  I have been musing on this again recently.  It feels to me like the real value in democracy is that it prevents concentration of … Continue reading

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Blind Faith

I have just (finally) read Blind Faith by Ben Elton.  Ben has always intrigued me as a writer, by pretty much always eschewing the happy ending in favour of something that is bittersweet at best.  Blind Faith is a great … Continue reading

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