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"tom novel" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:10 min | Last month

"tom novel" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Adp we understand the importance of building the right team and offer the data insights to help. Just as importantly our ai. Technology helps you pay the team. Accurately grow stronger with adp hr talent time and payroll. This intelligence podcast is sponsored by bambi. Your dedicated hr manager when running a business. Hr can kill you with wrongful termination suits minimum wage requirements and labor regulations in hr. Manager's can cost around seventy thousand dollars a year with ben. You can get a dedicated. Hr manager for just ninety nine dollars a month. Go to bambi dot com slash intel. Right now to schedule your free. Hr audit that's eight. Mvp e. dot com slash intel. Many western european countries have had to grapple with their imperial past. Germany is no exception. The streets of berlin are dotted with war memorials but there's only one plaque commemorating the victims of german colonial rule. In what is now namibia. It wasn't until two thousand fifteen that officials i used the term genocide to describe the slaughter of a herero and nama people last month germany's foreign minister made formal acknowledgement of the atrocities. Saying the time had come to ask for forgiveness emiss- these historic up among irish until dodge sped me beyond did not come the forgivable. The lingering question has been about reparations for five years now the talks have dragged on a deal has now been struck. Herero and nama leaders are not happy with it. So when may the twenty eight. The german and american governments announced that they had reached a deal that acknowledges german responsibility for the genocide of nine hundred four nine hundred. Ninety eight in namibia. And as part of this deal. Germany accepts that it committed genocide. It would accept the g word that it had previously been reluctant to use tom. Novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief the president frank-walter steinmeier will travel to namibia later this year to issue an apology of the next thirty years germany will spend roughly one point. One billion euros on various projects healthcare infrastructure various development spending but crucially. This will not count as reparations but really just an extension of development aid and let's wind back a bit. What exactly it. That happened in namibia. Jummy was a colonial occupying force from eighteen. Eighty four to nine hundred and fifteen. What was german south west. Africa which mortis correspondence to the country. Now known as namibia there was an uprising by the herero people in one thousand nine hundred four. That german troops responded to viciously. There was a so called extermination order. Issued by german kamanda second group. The narmer later became involved and over four years. You had deaths in battle you had people from these groups who were driven into the desert and cut off from water and food. Supplies thousand died from starvation. Thirst and later thousands of them were put into labor camps concentration camps in effect where many of them were worked to death. A rough estimate is it around. Seventy five thousand people were killed in total and of the herrero people that was around eighty percent of the at the time. And this is why the jones acknowledging this is genocide but you mentioned that the government was reluctant to call it. That in the first place and indeed to make reparations proper the donald around this for years. I can twenty fifteen. There was an official statement from the foreign ministry that used the term will. There is a very complicated application of. It's now much more straightforward. There's been this very sort of legalistic argument. That genocide convention was only agreed in nineteen forty eight and i think ratified in what was then west germany. A few years later and cannot be applied. Retroactively to events took place several decades. And that's why you have this formulation from the germans that their culpability for these actions is moral and political rather than legal and. I think there's specific reason for this. Which is that the german government and actually probably other european governments colonized parts of africa out extremely wary about opening the door inviting further claims. Mother colonized countries so in the german case. You're looking at places like tanzania burundi. There's a great fear that if you were to accept sort of a legal culpability for genocide. Then you might be opening the door to other claims from a colonized countries whether it's germany or to other european countries that i think is why the text of this agreement is very very tightly constrained and the funds that have been a. They're not reparations. What are they. What will they be used for. Germany has been spending on loss on development aid in namibia reticence. It achieves disown dependence a few decades ago. And i think this is really going to be more or less an extension of that probably targeted more closely on the descendants of the victims of the genocide the harare and the nama people's so we're looking at things like education healthcare infrastructure some cultural projects as the question of land which is crucial namibia. You have a about seventy percent of commercial. Arable farmland in maybe is owned by whites not all descendants of germans but lots of them are of course and like some other countries in southern africa lower for very contentious political issue. Some of the money maybe used to fund buybacks by the state of some of that commercial land from those white farmers. it wouldn't be expropriated. This would be on the so-called willing. I a- seller principle expect that to be a contentious issue inside namibia itself but crucially. This is not going to be what you saw germany with some of the victims of nazi atrocities in second half of the twentieth century. Where essentially it agreed to handover reparations to a government that essentially the government was able to do with what it will this is going to be targeted money on specific projects inside namibia and are the herero and the nama happy with the simple answer is no the slightly more complicated answer. Is it's complicated. Because the harare in the momma themselves are divided on this one of the problems. Is that the talks which took six years questioned long time when not held transparently behind closed doors some representatives of harare in nama groups in namibia felt excluded from these talks. They thought that their concerns were not taken into consideration that they were not well represented by the government in the talks. you've had several representatives of harare groups. Come out and say that this is an insult. It's a front to their existence. There ought to be pharma money. Germany ought to be paying preparations rather than just this development spending. So there's now a lot of pressure on the namibian government having agreed this deal to reopen talks with the germans. It's not something. I think the germans will be prepared to do inside. Germany issues now considered settled inside namibia. I think he's a lot more complicated than that. You say it's settled in germany. That is to say. The people more widely are coming to terms with that colonial past. He'd think to an extent. But i think if you were to go out into the street and ask a collection of random germans how much they know about their country's colonial past in africa you encounter a lot of blank faces. I think there are some signs though that is beginning to change. The deal with libya has been widely reported in the media of course as the opening of a big new museum in central berlin humboldt forum that's awakened to debate about the restitution of colonial era goods similar. What seen in countries like. France and britain. You're beginning to see a sort of a modest acknowledgement in.

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"tom novel" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"tom novel" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big

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The Economist: The Intelligence

02:00 min | 3 months ago

German Conservatives Mull Merkel Succession

"Germany indeed the whole of the european union is preparing for an era beyond the leadership of chancellor angela markle and this weekend the contours of the battle to lead our party became clearer. Mrs merkel's christian democratic union or cd you along with its sister party. The s you have lead the country for four consecutive terms and the two party leaders themselves. The heads of germany's two most populous states are now vying to replace her arm unless it the cd. You chair has already announced his intention to run out pursued on ehab forty to get touch longest mid and undug yesterday. Mark zeltser leads the. Su threw his hat in the ring. Status vian an essay and germany's state-led corona virus response has come into question as cases have risen faster than vaccinations legislation. That's under review would wrest control back from the states and shape a federal covid nineteen response that creates a potent political mix for two candidates with differing leadership of their home states but the best part of the year. These two men have been engaged. In the sort of war of attrition conducted mainly through the media criticizing each other's approaches to corona virus suggesting that their respective approaches have been more appropriate. Tom novel is the economists. Berlin bureau chief and this of course is a sort of proxy war for the decision for which of them is going to lead the two parties into the federal election in september and therefore most likely succeed. I'm gonna mock chancellor now we've spoken about both of them before on the show but let's quickly go through each of them. Tell me more about arlette. I'm going to lash. It was elected leader of the christian democratic union. The main center right party in germany in january he is also the leader of north rhine-westphalia. And that's germany's big

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"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

"Hey, I'm no Vienna caramel kcrw DJ and soon to be Coco's of morning becomes eclectic. Music has always been at the center of my life, and I love to share it with others as a conduit of joy, healing and self expression. And as a DJ, I'm guided by mood and spirit. So my mixes are eclectic by nature, but likely to get you moving morning becomes eclectic with me and my brother from another mother, Anthony Valadez, week isn't nine right here on KCRW. Yes, Looking forward to welcoming Anthony Valadez novena Carmel to the chair. Tomorrow they are taking the reins of morning becomes eclectic. You will be able to find me on weekend afternoons. As I keep saying, I'm joining up with the Rhona rotation and I'll be In the afternoons following roll compost, and that's coming up. I think my first show is on February 13th to be exact. For those of you who don't know I've been the program director of music Your case here. W over the last year and I've also been hosting morning becomes eclectic. And so I am giving over part of this job, so I can really, really focus on some really cool stuff. We've got so many amazing plans, and I really want to focus on those in the music department and I'm excited for this next generation. Morning becomes eclectic. Of course I will miss you in the morning, but I will always see you on the weekend. So I was before the break talking about Miranda and how Tom's novel vacuums to Miranda. And so I took his advice over the weekend and I vacuumed to Miranda. Here it is morning becomes eclectic. So are they meant best on me Get all sentimental slob. EOS based on Donald Travis Swab the mental best, Sameh Get us and vehicles Larios best. Cindana, Travis..

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"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

"Meets the law. It's 6 46. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King. Good morning. Over the weekend, A big snowstorm hit the Midwest and the East Coast, but the areas around the Great Lakes didn't get that famous Lake effect. Snow It's been going on for a while the result of a warming climate. Here's Dan one Shura from Interlochen Public Radio Mom, Bohemia is a small ski resort in the very northern tip of Michigan's upper peninsula. It sits on land that juts out in the lake Superior. The views are stunning, and you can ski between old growth maple and pine trees covered with snow. Getting more than 300 inches of fresh powder during the winter isn't uncommon in this part of the U. P Some say it's the best scheme this side of the Rockies. It really sets itself apart. Honestly, it doesn't really compare to other resorts. That's John Royal and avid skier who's been making trips up to Mom Bohemia for the past decade. He loves the tight Glade runs, steeper terrain and fresh ungroomed trails. This year, Royal planned a trip to the resort with his 10 year old son, Tyler. But when mid January rolled around, there was no trip to plan because there wasn't enough snow. It's really, really hard for a father to tell a son that we can't go on a trip and not because of will say Financial, But because Mother Nature is not cooperating, there's it sucks. It really does. Resort President Lonnie Gleiberman says they're down about 100 inches of snow compared to last year. We're just not getting Arctic air coming down from Canada. For decades, the resort has relied on massive lake effect snow dumps to attract skiers and snowboarders. Not this year, and the thought of buying and deploying snow making machines has never really been a consideration. But the warm winter this year is forcing Lieberman to think about it, he says. Most of the feedback he's gotten so far about manufacturing snow has been negative. It's like if you were the best New York pizzeria. And you couldn't serve pizzas. He put on chicken wings on your menu. Instead, you're still open for food. But that's not what your customers come to you so we could be open with snow making runs. But that's not why the people drive 7 to 10 hours to ski us. Tina Yamaha, befriending a seven hour drive south and East Jordan, Michigan. Randy Danforth understands that logic and is facing a similar problem. In the normal winter. He'd now be busy selling and servicing snowmobiles. But like many in northern Michigan this year, he's glued to the weather forecast and praying for snow. We could have the greatest product in the world if we don't have snow in our area to sell the sleds, and they just don't sell. No is critical not only for his business but for the entire economy. Here. Bars, restaurants, motels and other places depend on mounds of snow to bolster winter tourism, the bread and butter months for an average. No community. December, January and February are huge. Some scientists say This year's warm winter in the Midwest is something we're likely to see more of Richard Rude studies climate change at the University of Michigan and says consistently cold winters, as we've known them in the past may not be realistic anymore. We are not going to be able to have the same relationship to the climate into the environment that we have had. Over our lifetimes and over our parents Grandparent's lifetimes, And that means outdoor winter pastimes like ice, fishing or skiing and snowmobiling in the Midwest could melt into memories sooner than later. And the economy is depending on consistent snow and freezing temperatures might not be far behind for NPR news. I'm Dan one Shura in interlock in Michigan. This'll is NPR news and you are listening to KCRW. Good morning, I man lit. I caught up with Kcrw's godfather of music. Tom's novel,.

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"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 9 months ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

"The musical wizard of Casey Ar w Tom Schnabel for it. Put me on to this one. This is Hajime Tachibana with replicant J B. Which I guess is sort of like a, um let me think replicant like a Frankenstein. Japanese Frankenstein. James Brown character come to life during these times to remind us of the funk. This is from 1984 and Tom actually has a really cool Halloween playlist. With his own special flavor. It's a few Google, you know, Rhythm Planet Halloween Tom's novel or go to the E R. W website and look in the search bar for that you will get right to it. We've got you set with Halloween flair and flavor today because Dan Wilcox is going to be in the building right after me in his own special studio with his own special Halloween sauce celebrating, I believe the 11th year of his annual creep show. And what a wonderful serendipitous thing that it falls on Halloween this year when we can't really go to a lot of parties, so you're you're set. We've got the party here for you on K C R W and goes the family right ahead of this with the day of judgment from the album with the same name and that's um 19 seventies Van Rock Zam rock because it's rock from Zambia. Lena Plateau knows with bloody shadows from a distance. Starting off the sets. These yelling behind me is making me giggle Millie Jackson. You created a monster, one of the baddest bees around. She has another really fun song called F You What you can find on YouTube. It's I think it's called the F U Symphony. I might be saying the censored version, but One of my favorites. And Ah, did you hear when I played the the US the the movie US their version of I got five on it by the loonies. That's the tethered mix of that one. Just made that loonies that that hip hop song Super creepy never would have thought of it as being creepy until they funked it up in the movie s and Billy Idol eyes without a face..

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"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

"What a gorgeous new album from Nana Joe. It's called Big Dreaming Ants, and that's checked. That album title has checked in the Sun called I Want to Change. She is our artist in residence this week, and you could find the link in the playlist tour in residents session that happened on Tuesday, where she shared some music with us. And as I say she still looks song from Wilco. You did a Wilco cover. That's just unbelievable, possibly in the set, as well as our Macfarlane with black treasure from songs of an unknown and tame Impala to start. Borderline getting remix by Blood Orange. That's new just dropped today. Lots of new album's coming today from the likes of Groove Armada. Marie Davidson and Lloyd is something that I'm very intrigued by the war and treating. We've got the latest from Sufi on Stevens in London, blah sh Sylvan Esso Coming up next Acela's music from strata. Daniel Monica News from far out Tom's novel coming up at 10 0 or A M with the really lovely conversation and some really good music. Of course, we'll check in with writer thinker meditator filmmaker. And man about the weather. David lunch, stay with US morning becomes a collective. By the way, this drug it's called tidal wave..

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"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

30:25 min | 1 year ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KCRW

"Are among those in attendance. President George W. Bush spoke a short time ago as it President Bill Clinton. You got into a lot of good trouble alone away, But let's not forget He also developed an absolutely uncanny ability. To hell. Trouble water. Former President Obama will deliver the eulogy. This is NPR news and support for NPR comes from capital One Capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital one. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet? As promise will bring to you right now are throwback session for the day, which is courtesy of Case R. W's Tom's novel. He ducked back into the archives and shows a session from 2001 with Cuban pianist Frank Emilio Flynn will bring that to you now. I'm Tom Schnabel and I'm delighted to revisit a live session on K C R w with the renowned Cuban pianist Frank Emilio Flynn, a master musician who never allowed his blindness to limit his virtuosity. He celebrated many Cuban style such as dance on Gotcha. Discard us. An Afro Cuban Jazz in this session is joined by Long John on Congas, flutist Daniela Lozano, team Bolero Victor Barrientos and bassist Rigoberto Lopez. I was fortunate and thrilled to have the stellar Cuban band live on Casey Ar W So I hope you enjoy this throwback Thursday session as much as I do. Absolutely fantastic. Aaron Bird here it's morning becomes eclectic. We're in the middle of our throwback session for the day, courtesy of Tom's novel. His Pig is from 2001 and it's Cuban pianist Frank Milio Flynn. Well tuned into the second sets here. It's Casey R W Okay? Five. No blues from Frank Emilio Flynn. Return to our final number now, which is called guard Inga, which we now understand exactly what it means. Culinary sense. That.

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"tom novel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show on continuing my conversation with a historian and literature. David Reynolds, his book is mightier than the sword. Uncle Tom's cabin the battle for America, Harriet, Beecher, snow writes, the novel, but she pursues her crusade at the same time people are reading or novel, and what I learned is even foster that old Kentucky home is written about uncle Tom's cabin. And Swannee river is written about uncle Tom's cabin. He was seeking to answer them or in some way, sentimentalize them to make them acceptable. How to understand this? The best example is my old Kentucky home, which is still played stage. Song Kentucky is still played at the Kentucky Derby. Now, it sounds like a pro southern song which in effect. It really is. But originally it was an anti southern song. Because Stephen foster when you read uncle Tom's cabin. He was so moved by that he wrote a song called poor Tom good night. You he went home, and he wrote that and then he was a member of the Democratic Party, and some of his friends that would be the pro pro slavery party back then anyway, the kind of conservative party versus the liberal a Republican party are very very different makeup back then but anyway. That is the civil wars. David, exactly. But so what happened, you know? And and evidently from what we can figure out is that he really changed it because he changed the chorus. So there's not poor ankle, Tom who's missing his old Kentucky home, but it's a white slave. Owning woman who misses my old Kentucky home. So she is separated from the meaning of the songs completely revised. So those of your listeners who are listening to my old Kentucky home should realize. It's a lovely songs. Students foster was unmatched songwriter. It's a beautiful beautiful song. But still at the same time originally had a very different kind of. Meaning they read the stands as what we no more my lady a weep. No, more my lady. And then the Kentucky home was originally. Oh, goodnight. Goodnight. Goodnight. Poor uncle, Tom grieve. Not for your old Kentucky home, you're bound for a better land old uncle, Tom. In other words, he was responding to the sadism of l- agree and the death of uncle, Tom. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. So he was instinctively going along with a novel. But then he kind of caught himself a little bit and said, well, maybe I can convert this into a more homogeneous kind of you know. You know, a more benign pappy, sentimental, kind of a pro southern some alkyl, Tom is at the center of this another detail here is during the eighteen fifties. There's bloody Kansas. There's the caning of Charles Sumner. They're certainly the eighteen fifty six rise of the Republican party. And the challenge to the Democrats are not successful. Abraham LINCOLN Seward all converts to the Republican party. But along comes John Brown and John Brown challenged everybody because he led a revolution. That was smashed down by Robert E Lee serving the US army, but it challenged every member of congress and David you write that that uncle Tom's cabin penetrated the walls of congress that the people who are put together the Kansas Nebraska act and fifty four were challenged by threatened by it. But when we come to John Brown were they blaming Harriet sto for John Brown's raid. Yeah. There are a lot of southerners. Who said we're saying at that time that hurry pitcher sto has spread the kindling kindling of anti-slavery feeling in the north and the John Brown, the abolitionist came along and lit it with the torch of violence so that exploded into civil war. And although there were so many other forces in history that that causes civil war. These figures that Harriet Beecher stolen, John Brown put together really on a cultural on a on a gut level. Really explain the kind of passion that exploded into civil war and one of the great surprises of that. I found in researching my book was the fact that Eric pitches. Still who in eighteen fifty two at treated the gentle, nonviolent, protester, uncle, Tom. Tom who in a sense is like a pre Martin Luther King or pre Rosa, Rosa Parks advocate of non violent, passive resistance came to admire and idolized John Brown who is the founder of violence against slavery. And this was seven years later in eighteen fifty nine so incredible that she comes out, and she she says that he's by far the best man that America has produced which isn't a statement for someone who's created the gentle, nonviolent uncle, Tom. Of course, we all know, the anecdote of ABRAHAM LINCOLN introducing himself to Harriet Beecher saying your little lady that started this great big war. But it and more more of winning Louis. I learned from David's book that when it was translated into Russian eighteen fifty seven. It persuaded many of the people we know as the great Russian novelists and the conversion of that Sar to free that serves in China nineteen o one it was influential on the people who saw themselves as being. Slaves to the colonial powers in Chicago. In one thousand nine hundred eighty it was played in the in the theater to free people from the the the bounds of a prejudice. However, I want to bring it up to the twentieth century because everybody goes to the movies, David, and you've made it very clear that uncle Tom the power of it so threatened people who made the early movies, and I'm thinking of DWI Griffith that they transformed an anti Tom story and made a huge hit with it that was successful. And why because the man who wrote the story that becomes the birth of a nation. Tom Dixon was the college. Roommate of Woodrow Wilson, we're talking about an irony within a sinister twist here. David who is Tom Dickson? Well, he's a southern preacher and orator who was actually quite popular even before it became a novelist. But then it become a novelist. Why? Because he went to an uncle Tom play. And he cried and most people cry because they sympathize with uncle Tom, but he cried because he was totally outraged. He thought that Harry pitches so misrepresented the south she and he was horrified that she loved African Americans so much that she made them the heroes of of of her novel and end of the play. So he went home and actually wrote a series of novels that were anti uncle Tom novels to become massive does sellers. Why? Because again, this was the Jim crow era when people were gobbling up gobbling up this kind of racist fair and one of them called the clansman became the basis of the movie that made Hollywood is everybody calls the nation, which in a way is like the invention of the wheel or the lever. The lever because it completely utterly. Transformed movies forever. Even to this day in. It's a work of genius. But also, there's always a buck with this movie. But it's always at horn. Tom's cabin upside down. African Americans the villains and the white men the rescuers. And the.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"Of bom has ago that the the allies one by one stop talking about four percents target and all the rest of it sort of hidden city might want to walk out and then comes out at a press conference and says everything was wonderful and this is the only thing that we're talking about so the alliance has what taking itself seriously that's a huge consensus people here on the trade side of things which we're going to be hitting more about the next couple of weeks here because the president of the european commission which is the go shaves trade deals on behalf of the is going to be in washington shown this is potentially damaging not only simply because you know jump and common factor the freaking out to the prospect of looping utah america both to the states but because it has the potential to drive a wedge between european government and already seen some tension to you and if a seems likely trump wants to ratchet this stuff up by whacking tariffs not on metals expletives he's done already but but 'cause that's when those tensions between european governments could start to become a lot more serious and so that's when america shifts from being kind of a guarantor motive american security but of a european security but european unity to actually becoming a divisive power the overriding mood here very sort of tense worried dispel gloom and mowbray much clarity about where we're going next well on that note let's take a quick break i will be back shortly with meghan mcardle and liz brunner of the washington post and tom novel of the economist to talk about the indictment that stepped on the news of trump's meeting with the queen who listening to left right and center what do you think share your thoughts on today's show on our facebook page or tweet us at l rc kcrw and download the kcrw app to listen to left right and center on demand.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Overdue

"But yes so most of what you see of slavery is people who are stereotypes to be a hundred percent sure but they also are treated well like you might treat a beloved pet or something yeah and this is so this i think this section of the book is of a lineage with what is considered anti tom literature or plantation literature yet definitely so i asked you to read a little bit about the history of that because it came up as i was reading researching mitchell yeah so these are books that were written in response to harriet beecher stowe's tom's cabin which was published in eighteen fifty one and fifty two it was uncle was the second best selling book of the nineteenth century do you wanna know what number one was andrew was kind of the wind does this is the nineteenth century nineteenth century well as the bible so the bible and then tom's cabin and then in eighteen fifty two alone there were eight anti tom novels published and their private their two primary arguments are slavery is actually pretty good and stow got it wrong like it's not as bad as she says it was or it's great and usually it would feature a like patriarchal master and a pure wife who presided over like childlike insult people who just desperately needed peop like people to own them or else they would know what to do with themselves the john we're kinda died with the advent of the civil war of course and there are three notable examples that i just wanna hit on one is aunt fyllas cabin by mary henderson eastman which is just another light it's classic of the forum at notable i think the title is it self rebuke of tom's cabin and then there's one by the called the sword and the distaff by william gilmore simms which is set during the revolutionary war which i think is done primarily to like tie the like the benign positiveness of slavery to just american heritage so if you can make an argument that it's like we're we fought with you in the revolutionary war so like you can't have problems with it now.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Q95

"But lady of arkansas what is enough is about lady of auburn i don't know where auburn mad auburn now obama i like bigs public israel but they won't oh you i will look it up oh from california over telephone bought lady of auburn has collected or millionth cigarette but sally jolly who gave herself the nickname has been cleaning cigarette butts from auburn street since 2014 oh she picked up her million a ball well how would she know if she hadn't been counting them tom savage count don't you think news i think she is gas and when she pick but lady didn't her friends say maybe that's not the way to go she picked up her millionth but in the parking lot of melt diner with friends and family surrounding her to celebrate the milestones varner yeah this lady should be applauded sure thank you for awhile you just allen's about lady thin now hopes our efforts will inspire others to dispose of their properly or better yet donald trump gained draw attention years isn't the what lady of california kim kardashian agni our next goal is to reach two million butts atiger odds one of my goals through that's a lot of it now yeah forty two that was exacerbated i bet break we ever counted i have no idea that kind of done lot lady but maybe you don't have the she pick them up with the tour fingers on be disgusting sure she wears a glove tom novels reach an no want now they grasp the wouldn't wretched skits cans off high shelves okay they have this good to know gordon good look zoom or in peru one of the reach in breach victories don't get me smokers to stop even their butts up that what he's trying to do what he wanted to do field strip him does that make you happy no no his throw molest them they know what else we need a poop lady because of the next to my seven dog poop is going to be the last time and i'm i'm so done with where you walk on the la apartment complex people don't pick up after their dog while the if you hear this lives replaced in michigan arab read about this that does alienate hey i can get a dog if you have a dog dna tests that than if they find your dog poop a fine you.

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"tom novel" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Goes so the eu has been very lucky that the uk is so divided because it's been up to paper over those cracks in its own camp as soon as the uk gets its position ready it's going to be a little bit more difficult for the brussels end of the bull to really interesting point that isn't it tom novel because we tend endlessly to report that the nuances that the debate here and the differences that there are in the certainly out differences but within the government within the labour party cetera cetera but actually we don't reports say much the difference is that there are among the various eu states we are about to start on way i think we ought yes i mean it was relatively straightforward to maintain unity amongst the twenty seven during the first phase of talks because to put it bluntly every all of them were united in wanting to squeeze as much as as possible out of britain now we're we're about to enter a different sort of negotiation and one eurocrats here's a couple of weeks ago acknowledged to me that you can already begin to sniff those differences between the member states some of them are more interested in striking a deal in particular sectors than others are others more focused on nontrade aspects such as defence and security is what's happening right now is wild 27 wait for the united kingdom to arrive at a coherent negotiating position they are working very hard to sit to sniff out those differences between different member states to arrive at a coherent negotiating position themselves so that when the negotiations on the future relationship actually start it doesn't it's not straightforward for the bridge to identify those differences to to try and play one member state off against another so that some very intensive work is taking place at the moment tom novel and run heath as well thanks both very much and.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The job to be done although nobody that's been involved in this case is one ever forget this i can tell you that blast of arctic air have brought weatherrelated deaths record low temperatures and historic amounts of snow fall to parts of the us irri pennsylvania now under nearly sixty four inches of snow owner tom novel silsky of cross department store opens since eighteen '86 talked with our newsroom executive editor pat piper we actually have a record of the weather every day because we've been open what did you write in four december 24 holy crap international falls minnesota at minus thirty six this morning a record the national weather service now issuing frostbite advisories in parts of the northeast midwest and west the power is out at the happiest place on earth dozens of people at disneyland escorted off reid's while crews are working to get the power back on jeff feinberg and his family were on the it's a small world ride goodie it low in a world right and they will dark the new plane so that'll be most of our ed probably for the following year michael toscano unless that says the orlando police menem me who is the sole but a cpa and they could mean the good you'll thus your were let's say now i want reading missing blend for nothing let us go away this is having money hadn't that i'ma for they skate those me these seething seem pretty finding the love of your life the ultimate reconnaissance mission but you did it and he want.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Seventyfive last week killing a man correspondent scott mclean tells us his cousin wants to see them tried as adults the prosecutor in this case won't do that because she says that they have no prior criminal history or at least very little two of them have misdemeanors two of them have no record at all and under ohio state law the thirteen year old could not be charged as an adult regardless of the circumstances police in troy new york asking for the help of the public in solving the murder of two kids their mother and another woman in a basement apartment troy police chief john tedesco won't give out details but he says it was savage you know the emotions of a police officer tom or something you refresh because there's a job to be done nobody that's been involved in this case is whenever forget this i can tell you them blast of arctic air have broad weatherrelated deaths record low temperatures and historic amounts of snow fall to parts of the us irri pennsylvania now under nearly sixty four inches of snow owner tom novel will silsky of cross department store opened since eighteen eighty six talked with our newsroom executive editor pat piper we actually have kept a record of the weather every day since we've been open what did you write in four december 24 holy crap international falls minnesota add minus thirty six this morning a record the national weather service now issuing frostbite advisories in parts of the northeast mid west and west the power is out of the happiest place on earth dozens of people that disney land escorted off reid's while crews are working to get the power back on jeff feinberg bergen his family were on the it's a small world ride look gritty thaw lowly it it low worldwide and it was just dark good news it they'll play so that'll be a local.

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"tom novel" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"You that because she says that they have no prior criminal history or at least very little two of them have misdemeanors two of them have no record at all and under ohio state law the thirteen year old could not be charged as an adult regardless of the circumstances police in troy new york asking for the help of the public in solving the murder of two kids their mother and another woman in a basement apartment troy police chief john todesca won't give out details but he says it was savage you know the emotions of a police officer on or something you refreshed because there's a job to be done although nobody that's been involved in this case is whenever forget this i can tell you that blast of arctic air have broad weatherrelated deaths record low temperatures and historic amounts of snow fall to parts of the us irri pennsylvania now under nearly sixty four inches of snow owner tom novel silsky of cross department store opens since 1880s six talked with our newsroom executive editor pat piper we actually have kept a record of the weather every day since we've been open what did you write in four december 24 holy crap international falls minnesota at minus thirty six this morning a record the national weather service now issuing frostbite advisories in parts of the northeast mid west and west the power is out of the happiest placed on earth dozens of people that disneyland escorted off reid's while crews are working to get the power back on jeff feinberg and his family were on the it's a small world reiddaly gritty thaw lawyer it the plo we'll be right and it was just yards could music playing so that'll be most of.

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"tom novel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Was born in new york city is mom was a top executive in new york city he went to milwaukee and integrated himself in the community in the business world and he has really taken off and this brand new arena i am truly impressed with his jumper it's a real estate play in the walkie it's a catalyst for everything for the franchise from the financial side of things but almost impressed with the fact that you can pronounce so easily greek freaks last name doitforme one more time onto the copa data compiled very very good i could not do that for this interview so you impressed me there but it really shows michael when you're putting a roster together all things being equal if you can have a player from outside the us that could beat the difference maker because it gives you so many more marketing opportunities the bucks numbers if you look at their social if you look at their digital outside the us more than half of it outside the us and it's because of one player that will drive international interest it will drive revenue it's exactly the game plan the nba has set forth front row in order for an underlying truth on the number five hour number because my we have a chance to go for three in a row just numbers are were the number is happy bloomberg towards the number of the week tom novel a number of the week you got a frigate was what a loyal dish two hundred sixteen thousand one hundred sixteen th i told you before i was going to use the word flood explode cats jerry i i really have no idea grant is the amount in dollars lou gehrig's 1931 contract with the new york yankees sold four at an auction item thirty one contract was part of the yankees alleging the offering by heritage auctions by the way derek jeter he was also part of this how his 1992 reports.

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"tom novel" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"tom novel" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Maybe this mugshot rug shotshy it is time to call it quits we gotta let tom go anyway tom merits gotta go to another podcast you want to tell us what it is well yeah our rob read and i are collaborating on a podcast in support of his forthcoming book after on it's a it's a story about a i and quantum computing set in the bay area and silicon valley and so we're doing eight episodes where we talk with experts about the real ideas that underlie the things that he put in a good idea i just got my copy by the way thank rob he's been on the show's before fit he was on twitter few weeks ago talking about after on great idea i show i love that morong grip it's who is a ceo of meta talking about augmented reality adam gazza lay who's been on the cover of nature is a neuroscientists talking about uh the way to hack your brain uh and and all kinds of good stafford we're gonna try to get nick bostrom kevin kelley on viane afonso yeah it's this ad cindy cone from me fso is is the first episode yes so we're we're we're going to be launching it uh i think around midjuly open i out of a good after dashon dot com than rob will keep it uptodate uh and and it's it's just gonna be good conversations about real concepts and then i love his story histories grill yes great uh and you and i are both on the audio book which is called us right if a god who i got i did that yeah on the san francisco chronicle on it right and i i'm ars technica no eighth no irate the fixer uh and then tom's novel is out now right oh yeah you can you can get that right now it's called pilot x time travel story of ilbo wherever books are so very nice pilot x.

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