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The Degradation of Popular Culture

Through the early 1870s, Firmin-Girard’s submissions to the Paris Salon followed the shifting trends in public taste from historical subjects and scenes taken from the Siege of Paris to more fanciful Japonisme and Orientalist themes. While these compositions earned Firmin-Girard early accolades, his submission of Le Quai aux Fleurs

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What I (Really) Learned In School: A Tribute to Pete Seeger

Guitar and vocals by Method Man
Lyrics by Ghoul

What did you learn in school today, dear little comrade of mine?
What did you learn in school today, dear little comrade of mine?

I learned that the market is not my friend,
I learned all racism must end,
I learned

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SWPL-Down Economics: Accidentally Pro-slavery

SWPL-Down Economics refers to the idea that, thanks to material abundance (at the expense of vassals both foreign and domestic), high-brow SWPL preferences become affordable and accessible to the mass.

The libertarians are wont to view the result of SDE as a desirable “fruition” of man’s efforts. They do

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