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Editorial Edition Two

April 30, 2011

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Download a copy of Edition Two To call to account, account for something, be of account. ‘To count’ can mean to tally or calculate but also to matter, esteem or to have importance. It is in the interstices of these literal and idiomatic meanings of measure that this issue of The Paper precariously sits. Measure is […]

Smiley Culture and Saxon Posse: Police Officer (1984)

April 30, 2011

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Everytime me drive me car police a stop me superstar True me drive a fiat and a Mercs, Sell weh me Lancia So more time when me go a Esat London fe check some cockneys Them a tell me to produce insurance, license and M.O.T. but me say…….. Police Officer no give me producer Police […]

Letters

April 30, 2011

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More lettuce to chew over from our readers. Dangerous Alliances: Class and the Student Movement, Edition Zero is really very interesting and beautifully written. Reminds me of Pasolini’s Valle Giulia but, just like Pasolini’s poem, I think there might be a problem in your argument. Whether you’re from Oxbridge or Croydon shouldn’t count in a […]

The Arithmetic of Border Control

April 30, 2011

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Joe Rigby weighs in on the debate over the value of different forms of immigration and argues that neo-racism prevents questioning of how immigration came to be constituted as a problem at all. Numbers, limits and caps, or more precisely, their real, purported and/or threatened transgressions, are key operators in the construction of the so […]

Asylum in the Economy of Miserable Efficiencies

April 30, 2011

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The imperative to tell of horror means giving up the horror of horror. A false economy of mourning, a gift that returns only more horror for those most at risk. DANIEL MOSHENBERG In the last half-century, the so-called `strong passport’ so-called democracies have turned the application for asylum into a criminal justice procedure. The myth […]

Showdown at the Sausage Factory

April 30, 2011

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TOM GILLESPIE, ANDRE PUSEY, BERTIE RUSSELL & LEON SEALEY-HUGGINS A schoolmaster is a productive labourer when, in addition to belabouring the heads of the scholars, (s)he works like a horse to enrich the school proprietor. That the latter has laid out his capital in a teaching factory, instead of in a sausage factory, does not […]

The March that was

April 30, 2011

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In the following section, we asked several contributors to reflect upon a month of movement. March saw actions at universities continue, resistance erupt on the streets and London play host to one of the largest demonstrations in over a decade. What follows are reports of struggles and also articles discussing the March 26th demonstration. A […]