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Loss Leaders

20 Reasons Why We Can’t Afford Another National Government

by Gordon Campbell
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Parents In Denial

Why are young girls and women in this country being put at risk of cervical cancer?

by Gordon Campbell
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Click Unhappy

The limitations of online activism…

by Stephen Hopgood
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Mid-Pacific Man

A Kiwi journalist reflects on his migratory path to the US of A

by James Robinson
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The Year of Scarlett

An alien Scarlett Johansson gets under your skin.

by Philip Matthews
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From The Hood : Voting By The Good Book

As a dog returneth to his vomit, so a fool returneth double.

by Lyndon Hood
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The Velvet Divorce: Bratislava 10; Prague 0

Checking out Slovakia, old and new…

by Rosalea Barker
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Classics : Tales from Moominvalley ( 1962) by Tove Jansson

The Moomins, and their gift of tolerance

by Gordon Campbell
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Travelling Light: Tips For Getting Around Eastern Europe

Rosalea’s modus travelloni…

by Rosalea Barker
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The Complicatist : Sleater-Kinney & other stuff

Remembering the greatest band in the whole wide world

by Gordon Campbell
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***** Werewolf Issue 49, July 2014 *****

The Late-July 2014 Edition of Werewolf

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Change Partners

An interview with Internet Party leader Laila Harre

by Gordon Campbell
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Why Politicians Are Hated

Its election time, and an alien life form is once more among us, seeking our allegiance

by Gordon Campbell
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Scotland The Maybe Not-So-Brave

Is the vote for independence destined to be yet another noble-but-doomed episode in Scottish history?

by Gordon Campbell
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Scotland’s Vote : The View from Wales

Freedom for Scotland would be ‘a beacon for social justice’ throughout the UK

by Leanne Woods
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Antenna Wars

In the Aereo case, the US Supreme Court uses copyright to protect the ancient business models of TV content providers

by Rosalea Barker
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Welcome Back, Pluto

Science may be, should be, rethinking its decision to kick Pluto out of the planetary club

by Gordon Campbell
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From The Lost Continent

Youth, art and radical politics in the Olivier Assayas film After May

by Philip Matthews
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From The Hood : Carry On Captaining

Its lonely at the top, but the view is grand

by Lyndon Hood
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Who Put the Buddha in Budapest?

Good times, beer bikes and historo-enlightenment in the heart of Hungary

by Rosalea Barker
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The Complicatist : Blue Eyed & Soulful

From the Righteous Brothers to Yelawolf and beyond…

by Gordon Campbell
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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 48, July 2014 * * * * *

The June 2014 Edition of Werewolf

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Into The Mainstream

The Green Party moves to the political centre… and vice versa

by Gordon Campbell
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Secret Histories Of The Pacific

David Robie’s lifelong commitment to media coverage of the Asia Pacific region

by Alison McCulloch
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Internet Culture & The Links That Bind

Why Opting Out Isn’t An Option

by Anne Russell
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Watch The Seas

Gareth Edwards reboots Godzilla – the monster that’s all metaphor.

by Philip Matthews
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Muslim Female Superhero Fights Misogyny!

A conversation with Deena Mohamed, author of the Qahera superhero comic strip

by Gordon Campbell
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Tech Booms, War and The Minimum Wage

A tale of two eras, three cities and minimum-wage jobs

by Rosalea Barker
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Heathers, At 25

Teen moviedom’s greatest black comedy, a quarter of a century later

by Gordon Campbell
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From the Hood : Finding A Happy Media

Ask A Prime Minister

by Lyndon Hood


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