Back when I first stumbled into the online atheist community, one of the first blogs I regularly engaged with, after a short spell of arguing under YouTube videos (not a great venue), was that of the sadly now inactive Blessed Atheist, who had set himself the rather too monumental task of examining the entire Bible from a literalist perspective (something many fundamentalists claim to, but seldom actually, do). It's been over a year since his last post appeared there, and the occasional comment which turns up in my feed is nearly always spam. Such is life; bloggers become non-bloggers, or move on to other projects; and Mr Hedegaard always was something of a workaholic, having way more irons in way more fires than is conducive to a relaxed life. Something had to go, and apparently it was that blog which went. Ho-hum.
Anyways, partly because I feel something of a debt of gratitude to him, having been so warmly welcomed at his blog, and partly because the subject is both interesting and important, here's Waylon Hedegaard, in a video spotted some time back by Rustiguzzi, talking about the history of the labour union. It's a four-part series, and I intend to post them weekly for, obviously, four weeks. If you're impatient, though, the rest of the series is available here.
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