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Carnival on Modern Liberty #8

Welcome to the 8th edition of the Carnival on Modern Liberty. We’ll start of with David Mery, who wrote an article in The Register noting how hard it is for an innocent person to get their details removed from the … Continue reading

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Carnival on Modern Liberty #7

The 7th edition of the Carnival on Modern Liberty is now up at Liberal England. I’m doing it next week. To nominate a post, use the form at the Carnival’s home page. Don’t be a spammy spammer and nominate spam, … Continue reading

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Carnival on modern liberty #4

Carnival on modern liberty #4 is up at The Yorksher Gob.

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Carnival on Modern Liberty #3

Carnival on Modern Liberty #3 is here.

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Carnival on modern liberty #2

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Carnival on Modern Liberty #1

The first edition of the Carnival on Modern Liberty has been published on Liberal Conspiracy. And it has a spiffy logo:

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