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The Editor’s Notes
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Revenge of the Trailer Trash
by L. Neil Smith
I don’t believe that I’ve ever written about this subject before. I’m not much given to autobiography. I’m certainly not ashamed of it, I just never thought it was relevant. Even now, I don’t know exactly why I’m setting this down on “paper”. It just makes me very happy to do so. Whereas the prospect of writing another word about the Corona Virus hoax makes me sick to my stomach.
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Autumn
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The Hoyt nuclear family now counts an MD in its ranks. In the next week or ten days, (they haven’t booked the truck, yet) Dr. and the young Mrs. Hoyt will be making their way out of state for his residency program.
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Education and the Coronavirus: A Farewell to Schooling?
by Sean Gabb
The latest turn in an increasingly dull coverage of the Coronavirus panic is a proposed reopening of the schools. The Government wants them open as soon as possible for at least some of their students. The teaching unions are bleating that no one should go back until their members can be sure of not catching anything. The headmasters are worried about compliance with the social distancing rules. As a conservative of sorts, I think I am supposed to side with the Government and the pro-Conservative journalists—denouncing the teachers as a pack of idlers where not cowards, and insisting that those factories of essential skills must be set back in full production before the summer holidays. Of course, my settled view as a libertarian is that the teaching unions deserve all the support I have never so far given them. The schools must remain closed until no one is in any danger of so much as an attack of hay fever. The schools have been largely closed since the end of March. The longer they stay largely closed, the better. Best of all if they never reopen—or never reopen as they have been since attendance was made compulsory at the end of the nineteenth century.
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The Coronavirus: The Partisanship Continues
by Sean Gangol
I wasn’t even sure that I was going to write anything on the subject, since I have grown tired of hearing the grim news about the growing infection and death rates from the Coronavirus. For two months my hometown has been under a stay at home order, which means people are forbidden from going out except for essential items and services such as groceries, liquor, guns and furniture. The place where I am currently employed is one that is considered essential, so other than grocery shopping and picking up take-out from our favorite restaurants, it is one of the few times that I get to leave the house.
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