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Police warn drivers to lock up to prevent break-ins

CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP)– Several Western Massachusetts Police Departments are sending a warning to residents. 22news is working for you with why police there say a recent series of car break-ins could have been prevented. 193 more words

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Journalism in 2024

The business of journalism is a bit of a double-edged sword. I think for-profit companies are economically intelligent due to the amount of money they collect via advertising. 316 more words

Vomit

I read articles about the new employer. I am not to found of them. Even if it isn’t as bad as creating systems that are bad, it is still a bad form of having a business in my eyes. 244 more words

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Another Kind of Blood: Edward Baptist on America’s Slaver Capitalism

REVIEW: The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism. By Edward E. Baptist. New York: Basic Books, 2014.

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Jonathan Wilson at the Junto has reviewed a new book from Basic Book written by Edward E. Baptist and entitled The Half has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism. Baptist's book attempts to tell the story about slavery's place in American capitalism. Wilson describes how Baptist uses oral histories to tell an "evocative history" of slavey and capitalism. Baptist even describes how slaves were commodified by British banks as bonds. Wilson describes a fascinating book that will may also be a potential magnet for controversy.

The Fragrance of Sensory Studies

In a previous post I suggested that a handful of important books (mostly published within the past decade) offer a productive entry into the leading concerns of sensory history. 1,234 more words

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Tropics of Meta continues its streak of intriguing and off beat booklists with a list of the best books on Sensory Studies. The list focuses on art history books that put the senses in a "social and cultural context." These books are part art history, history, sociology, science and anthropology. Fascinating stuff.   Check out the DailyHistory.org Bookshelf which includes all of our favorite books from Powell's Bookstore.