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Reflections of a Noble Savage

Reflections of a Noble Savage Gerry Dorrian goes cold turkey What is Wrong with US?: Essays in Cultural Pathology, Eric Coombes & Theodore Dalrymple (eds.), Imprint Academic, 2016, reviewed by Gerry Dorrian A drugs-worker in 2009, I posted Theodore Dalrymple’s Spectator … Continue reading

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“Crooked” Hillary’s Crooked Predecessors

“Crooked” Hillary’s Crooked Predecessors Gerry Dorrian recalls a rigged election Donald Trump has caused consternation with his claim that he may not accept the result of the US presidential election if it doesn’t go his way. Is this his characteristic … Continue reading

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The Problem of Hegemony

The Problem of Hegemony Gerry Dorrian on The New European “What first attracted you to the millionaire Paul Daniels?” Debbie McGhee, the magician’s wife, was famously asked by Mrs Merton, as played by the late Caroline Aherne. So famously, in fact, that her reply, … Continue reading

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