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Iraq and Our Democracy by Alison Caddick

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If the non-response to the marches against the Iraq war in 2003 confirmed a disabling political cynicism in many people, today we witness the political fruits of two decades of aggression in the Middle East and its fallout.

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Cruelty and Outrage

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Hidden from view in our lives in general, animal death is very hard to bear, and with the once relatively confident justifications for it beginning to slip away, the rawness tends to come into focus.

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Surrogate Democracy

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“We live in a liberal democratic society in which democracy has come to mean openness to individuals’ personal rights and needs, with virtually no examination of what they might mean” writes Alison Caddick

Latest comment: Again, Caddick provides much to ponder, and manages to link the 'local' issue - ethical and political...