Winter 1968

1968 was a pivotal year for people young at the time. For a while it seemed possible to change the outworn structures of the world. Read how a conservative young Englishman had his eyes opened by his experiences in Germany in “Winter 1968”.

God Has No Church

Naomi Klein dissected the dogma of Milton Friedman known as “the shock doctrine”. Briefly: hit ’em while they’re down, that’s how to get rich. That scene is portrayed on a very personal level in “God Has No Church”.