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Pink Floyd - " MOTHER " The Wall 1980

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100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction https://www.vulture.com/article/best-dystopian-books.html?utm_source=tw via @vulture

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100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction
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The Lathe of HeavenBY URSULA K. LE GUIN, 1971Le Guin’s fiction frequently explores questions of politics and society on a planetary level. The Hainish cycle of books and stories contains many of these, including The Left Hand of Darkness, about a planet whose inhabitants have no fixed gender, and The Dispossessed, set on twin planets with radically different forms of government. The Lathe of Heaven, though set on earth, has just as heady a concept: protagonist George Orr (a name with plenty of d

100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction https://www.vulture.com/article/best-dystopian-books.html?utm_source=tw via @vulture

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100 Great Works of Dystopian Fiction
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The Lathe of HeavenBY URSULA K. LE GUIN, 1971 Le Guin’s fiction frequently explores questions of politics and society on a planetary level. The Hainish cycle of books and stories contains many of these, including The Left Hand of Darkness, about a planet whose inhabitants have no fixed gender, and The Dispossessed, set on twin planets with radically different forms of government. The Lathe of Heaven, though set on earth, has just as heady a concept: prota

One of the Greatest Historians of the 20th and 21st Century U.S.A.! - (history consciousness...! as far back as before the Asyrians, Egypts-Pharoes, Greece, Romans, etc.)) _ John Lukacs

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Democracy and Populism: Fear and HatredPaperback– Jun 15 2006 by John Lukacs(Author)
https://www.amazon.ca/Democracy-Populism-Hatred-John-Lukacs/dp/0300116934



A highly esteemed historian reflects on the dangerous descent of democracy into populism—particularly in the United States.
Democracy has changed substantially since the second World War, evolving into a dangerous and possibly irreversible populism, says John Lukacs in this intensely interesting—and troubling—book. The esteemed historian offers biting, timely, and controversial observations on the power of the media and the precarious state of American democracy today.

"In taking up Tocqueville’s theme, democracy in America, our most perceptive and far-ranging historian corrects many misconceptions about the recent past and deals commandingly with this country’s zeal to implant our blend of freedoms abroad. He will arouse thought as he always does and stir the emotions more than usual."—Jacques Barzun

"Lukacs is indisp…

One of the Greatest Historians of the 20th and 21st Century U.S.A.! - (history consciousness...! as far back as before the Asyrians, Egypts-Pharoes, Greece, Romans, etc.)) _ John Lukacs

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Democracy and Populism: Fear and HatredPaperback– Jun 15 2006 by John Lukacs(Author)
https://www.amazon.ca/Democracy-Populism-Hatred-John-Lukacs/dp/0300116934



A highly esteemed historian reflects on the dangerous descent of democracy into populism—particularly in the United States.
Democracy has changed substantially since the second World War, evolving into a dangerous and possibly irreversible populism, says John Lukacs in this intensely interesting—and troubling—book. The esteemed historian offers biting, timely, and controversial observations on the power of the media and the precarious state of American democracy today.

"In taking up Tocqueville’s theme, democracy in America, our most perceptive and far-ranging historian corrects many misconceptions about the recent past and deals commandingly with this country’s zeal to implant our blend of freedoms abroad. He will arouse thought as he always does and stir the emotions more than usual."—Jacques Barzun

"Lukacs is in…

Literature "nonsense" (fiction) that plays with Logic! - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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Alice's Adventures in WonderlandFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search
"Alice in Wonderland" redirects here. For other uses, see Alice in Wonderland (disambiguation). Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Cover of the original edition (1865) AuthorLewis CarrollIllustratorJohn TennielCountryUnited KingdomLanguageEnglishGenreFantasy
Literary nonsensePublisherMacmillanPublication date 26 November 1865Followed byThrough the Looking-GlassAlice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.[1] It tells of a young girl named Alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity with adults as well as with children.[2] It is considered to be one of the best examples of the