Newsletter 120


Hic sunt camelopardus: this historical edition of The Browser is presented for archaeological purposes; links and formatting may be broken.

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[2]The Ass Man Cometh
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William Saletan | Slate | 5 October 2010
  New US national sex survey has been much commented on, rarely written about
  well. This is the best read we've found, combining reporting of the data
  with a dash of humour and mischief

[3]Premature Virtue
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George Soros | Project Syndicate | 5 October 2010
  Obama administration’s insistence on fiscal rectitude is dictated not by
  financial necessity but by political considerations. It would be better off
  investing in infrastructure and education. I doubt it will

[4]Typing On Trains
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AL Kennedy | Guardian | 5 October 2010
  Prosaic headline over enjoyable piece in praise of US trains. Unlikely
  subject perhaps, in view of patience required of passengers, but nicely
  carried off. Penn Station, inevitably, a blot on the picture

[5]Right-Wing Women Don't Attract Women Voters
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Betsy Reed | AlterNet | 3 October 2010
  In choosing right-wing female candidates, Republican party more likely to
  alienate than attract women voters. Message appeals to men though. Moderate
  women face having even smaller voice in Washington

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