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  • Timothy Rogers on Hungary’s Education ‘Reforms’: First Orban, then the trickier issue of the proper balance between “purely academic” education and vocational education. Orban is: authorit...
  • Rikkeh on Diversity Funding: Spot on. It seems that we don't care whether the Arts *are* diverse, but rather that they *look* diverse. The lack of non-white faces in audiences ...
  • countrymile on Diversity Funding: Looking for diversity is a noble thing, so that art can speak effectively to society. Arts are nepotistic and ethinicity is an issue. But so is socio ...
  • countrymile on Scandal: I was at facebook a few years ago just as the Arab spring was starting up. Employees posted pictures of their hands with phrases such as "we're changi...
  • Timothy Rogers on An Education: My correction - With my aging eye I criticized Mr. Street's remarks, but I was wrong to do so. It's K. Smith who made the irrelevant remarks.
  • ManFromAtlan on We Can’t Breathe: Tariq Ali (who's British, BTW, your egregious reference to his country of birth is duly noted) might have felt, that as a non-American, he shouldn't b...
  • Harry Stopes on We Can’t Breathe: As a reader of the LRB since before I was born, you'll be aware that the magazine in general, its writers (including Tariq Ali), and all the readers t...
  • John Cowan on We Can’t Breathe: Imagine yourselves, Britons, with the certainty that the next election would be won either by UKIP or NF, and ask yourself whether you'd just sit it o...
  • John Richetti on We Can’t Breathe: Worse than Bush? You mean George W I guess. On what basis do make that judgment? The ignorance of many of these comments about American politics is br...
  • Julia Atkins on We Can’t Breathe: Fair enough.

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