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Silence and Catastrophe

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New Reasons Why Politics Matters in the Early Years of the Twenty-first Century.



Bernard Crick was revered and respected for his writing against anti-politics and his dislike of intellectual timidity. So he might well have found the following risqué observation both politically relevant and intellectually satisfying. Look around: we’re living in an age marked by large-scale adventures of power that touch and transform the lives of millions of people and their bio-habitats in unprecedented ways…

The Political Quarterly, Vol. 83, No. 4, October–December 2012

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