Gardening since 1944
I completed a graduate degree in History May 2012 at age 70. Before I retired, I was the manager of an economics group in a large corporation until 1989. After that. I worked for the Census Bureau and retired permanently in 2006.
When I am not reading, I am gardening.
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One of the ideas I gleaned from Samantha Power’s Problem From Hell is that most of the time, genocide is awfully difficult to define until after the fact. Another is that we in the West mostly don’t know what is happening … Continue reading
Republicans want a big military but they don’t want to send it anywhere. Democrats want a small military and the want to send it everywhere. I don’t know which wag wrote those words years ago, and they aren’t particularly true … Continue reading