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Kerry Brown reviews The Tale of the Axe: How the Neolithic Revolution Transformed Britain by David Miles

In the wet spring of 1991, I spent a week travelling around ancient earthworks and Iron Age forts. It was a somewhat esoteric interest I had developed then with a friend, and we managed to haul my ramshackle Ford to places like Maiden Castle, Cadbury (regarded as a likely candidate for the Arthurian Camelot - if

By |2017-10-15T19:18:08-05:00September 12th, 2017|Book reviews|0 Comments

Free issue covering the China’s One-child Policy

More important than the Republican Party presidential debate last night was the news that China is ending its famed “One-child Policy.” Berkshire has covered population issues in many publications, including an entire issue of Guanxi: The China Letter in 2007, and we are glad to provide a free download of that issue, with contributions from experts

By |2017-07-26T15:53:45-05:00October 30th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Seven Things I’ve Learned Recently

1. The northeastern Australian state of Queensland is four times the size of California but has only 3.5 million people - about the size of Connecticut, or one-fifth the size of New York City. 2. You've heard of 3-D printing, right? Well, now there is 4-D printing. This involves printing 3-D items that have the ability

By |2013-08-07T12:41:23-05:00August 7th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments
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