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Journalist and filmmaker James Cullingham on Canada's
Raucous laughter’s the last thing you’d expect at an event
BOOK REVIEW: The prison diaries of a Boat Race protestor.
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The impacts of neuroscience on law, language, responsibility and the relationship between children and the state. By Katherine Templar Lewis.
Raucous laughter’s the last thing you’d expect at an event called “Executing Justice”
These hunched-over suits, broken and staring into monitors: these were not the brave advocates I had read about: they did not threaten governments and neck whiskey; they wrote letters about estate tax and sucked at their gums.