Enjoyed this article and it gave me some things to ponder as I reflect on this year and plan for next year. Thank you for sharing!
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-"A Plantation upon a Hill; or, Sugar without Rum: Hawai'i's Missionaries and the Founding of the Sugar Plantation System" by Lawrence H. Kessler
I wonder if there is any hope for this conversation if words and ideas can be labelled as 'dangerous' and proscribed.
Does Dutch historian Barendse offer any objective evidence of careless use of globalization leading to harm?
And what is the particular value of 'neutral terms' and what are those innocuous things?
Most importantly, who decides which of these are to be included in the Newspeak?
Larry A. Grant
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