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Emily Davison Knew Her Place

She was born in south-east London 146 years ago today. Her father was 49, her mother 23. Emily Wilding Davison grew up to be a bright student, earning a 1st in English from Oxford University – or, at least, she … Continue reading

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Of Mice and Mennen

“Think ‘Soapy’ will swing the V.P. slot at the Convention?” Jeff London threw a sidelong glance at his companion driving their Studebaker Champion. It was hard to believe that this sweaty, uncouth figure was of such esteemed reputation around the … Continue reading

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Equality won’t be achieved piecemeal

In the struggle for a better world, with social justice and real freedom for all, there are specific issues that demand attention on a day-to-day basis. These include racism, homophobia, sexism and religious bigotry. The fight against these is a … Continue reading

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