"Republicans used to be isolationists"Ah, no. Do not confuse Isolationism with Non-Interventionism. There is a difference. Republicans in the mid-20th Century generally were Non-Interventionists.Isolationism, despite claims to the contrary, includes such things as Economic Nationalism (aka Protectionism) since it precludes trade from outside ones borders.
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Tue, 5 June 2018 08:10:34 +0000
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Tue, 5 June 2018 07:34:08 +0000
This first comment reflects the all too widespread myth that e-publishing is cheaper than print publishing. It is not. The 30% of costs that are related to print format are replaced by the IT costs that it takes to do e-publishing successfully. And the e-book market has yet to reach 5% of total sales revenues for most publishers including university presses. Going digital is not the panacea that many people think it is.—Sandy Thatcher, former director of Penn State University Press and co-director of its Office of Digital Scholarly Publishing
Don't know much about Perry but I thought his pet project the Trans-Texas Corridor was one of the most monstrous things I had ever heard of. Glad to see that's been dropped. If he ever became president I suspect he'd accelerate the Mexicanization and NAFTAization of your country to something approaching the speed of light.
Tue, 5 June 2018 05:39:39 +0000
Well keep in mind that SYWH is composed of numerous authors, it could just be a coincidence that a few authors wanted to post about a similar topic lately. I can dig it though, plenty of musical diversity here.