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Creative protest?

Back in around 1975 I attended meetings where Jack Munday, Australian building workers’ union leader spoke.  He had led the Green Bans, an environmentally orientated form of industrial action to stop damaging building projects.   That example is sadly rather unusual.  … Continue reading

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The psychologists gather

Just back from Harrogate where the British Psychological Society were meeting.   Why go there when I’m so ambivalent about these professional clubs?  Well they were kind enough to give me an award for ‘the promotion of equality of opportunity’, for … Continue reading

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