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Craddock and Mynors-Wallis's assault on thinking

  • James Rodger (a1), Sami Timimi (a2), Joanna Moncrieff (a3), Graham Behr (a4), Carl Beuster, Pat Bracken (a5), Ivor Browne (a6), Chris Evans (a7), Suman Fernando (a8), Rhodri Huws (a9), Bob Johnson (a10), Navjyoat Kingsnorth, Brian Martindale (a11), Hugh Middleton (a12), Derek Summerfield (a13), Philip Thomas (a14) and Jeremy Wallace (a15)...
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Craddock and Mynors-Wallis's assault on thinking

  • James Rodger (a1), Sami Timimi (a2), Joanna Moncrieff (a3), Graham Behr (a4), Carl Beuster, Pat Bracken (a5), Ivor Browne (a6), Chris Evans (a7), Suman Fernando (a8), Rhodri Huws (a9), Bob Johnson (a10), Navjyoat Kingsnorth, Brian Martindale (a11), Hugh Middleton (a12), Derek Summerfield (a13), Philip Thomas (a14) and Jeremy Wallace (a15)...
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