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Grace Mallon
Doctoral candidate in U.S. History . State government, law, and federalism in the early American republic. Co-convenor . (She/her)
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Grace Mallon Oct 25
Extremely rainy walk at the Linn of Tummel, where, in July 1689, a soldier of the Crown was so scared of attacking Highlanders that he jumped 18ft across a river gorge to get away. Moral of the story is, you never know when your long jump training will come in handy 👍
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Be A King Sep 14
The seldom-quoted . Help me get this circulating. My father talking about land distribution, economic injustice and racism.
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Corentin Sellin Oct 25
Autre question passionnante souvent posée: pourquoi 1 participation électorale si faible aux présidentielles US? D'abord😉...parce qu'aux États-Unis la participation est exprimée par rapport à la population en âge de voter ET NON par rapport aux inscrits.
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b-boy boooo-eebaisse Oct 24
someone should come tell the Founders fetishists about civic republicanism
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Derek Litvak Oct 23
Yes, I actually went there.
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Grace Mallon Oct 23
Replying to @TheTattooedGrad
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Adrian Gregory(Supervillain destroying history). Oct 23
I like this thread- occasionally notice the ghost halls - but I don’t think I’d grasped the epic scale of this.
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Frank Cogliano Oct 23
Wales has a "firebreak lockdown" for seventeen days which is not to be confused with Northern Ireland's "circuit breaker lockdown" while England's got a three-tier alert system which is not the same as Scotland's five-tier system (which goes from 0-4). Got it?
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Grace Mallon Oct 23
Replying to @luo_ella
Independent outfits are going out of business left right & centre - and now also performing the functions of the welfare state 😣
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Grace Mallon Oct 23
Actually tearful reading ’s Twitter right now, both because thank God for people like him, and because I’m so angry at the harm the Tories have been able to inflict these last ten bloody awful years.
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Sage Goodwin Oct 22
One week until our next film in the Goes to the Movies film discussion series! Come talk about 's 'Selma' with filmmaker at 5PM GMT Thursday 29 Oct. All the cool kids are doing it. Register here:
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Anna O. Law Oct 22
The panel for 's book on the history of border patrol and INS on the SW is interdisciplinary: a law prof, political scientist, and historian. Tomorrow, I'll be addressing why this book is awesome from an institutional development perspective & relevant polisci lit.
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Grace Mallon Oct 22
Get you a man who looks at you like Ted looks at me when I’m eating cheese
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Louisa Compton Oct 21
As steps up his campaign on free school meals - it’s worth watching back Cameron’s story in Growing Up Poor: Britain’s Breadline Kids go really understand child poverty...you can watch it on All4 now.
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Greg Ó Ceallaigh Oct 21
If I were a starving child I would simply debate my hunger in the marketplace of ideas
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Keir Starmer Oct 21
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david allen green Oct 21
People are dependent on food.
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Grace Mallon Oct 21
Nothing like a really good to make you feel like your brain’s been plugged back in. Learned so much from , , and the rest of our excellent participants.
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Ryan J. Reilly Oct 21
Pope Francis: “Homosexuals have a right to be a part of the family. They’re children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out, or be made miserable because of it.” Let’s only do Jesuit popes from this point forward, please.
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Grace Mallon Oct 21
This is a really excellent paper with lots of links to recent discussions around the 1619 Project and the Waldstreicher/Wilentz/Guyatt ‘proslavery Constitution’ question. Very much looking forward to the discussion.
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