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Diary of a Plague Year Parts 8–10

Pocketful of Posies i. London, 1665. Bubonic plague rides the greasy backs of flea-ridden rats, an invading army no one will see for another two centuries. Instead,   every dog and cat in the city is killed. Houses of the … Continue reading

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COVID19 lockdown policies spark civil rights concerns

With governments scrambling to contain the spread of coronavirus amid conflicting and often dubious reports of its mortality rates, civil liberties advocates are concerned that some might be going too far. This includes unprecedented “crowd control” legislation such as “social … Continue reading

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