Warm review by Laurie Bréban in Journal of the History of Economic Thought
The (“pussy-hatted”) sheep-like disproportionate support offered by the middle and upper classes for the Women’s March, tone-deaf to its Jew-hating leadership, is a now commonplace mainstreamed dissimulation disguised as merely criticism of Israel and buttressed by useful idiots (or shit-puppets as we say in the trailer park). I spent many an hour chatting with Wistrich when he was at UCL.
Just released. Scott Guion’s painting for Jazz Fest 50.
This article from five years ago. Just the other night after a long gap, I watched The Song Remains the Same again with a chum who hadn’t seen it before. Even on a first viewing, the in-your-face pomposity of it all, still didn’t detract from the music that steamrollers one into complete submission.