And the edition Kang has delivered is a chewy one, combining historical context and the archness of myth with wry personality. That’s no easy task given the thematic interplay going on beneath the magic. One of the biggest tensions in the story is between the necessity of revolution and the comfort of the system.
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On the steps of the State House, under a bright sun, State Treasurer Steven Grossman stood in front of a lectern and expressed his strong support for a proposed gun control measure.There was no Playbill or curtain call, but Grossman most definitely put on a two man act of political theater Thursday afternoon, aimed at knocking Democratic gubernatorial rival Martha Coakley.Grossman, who trails Coakley by a substantial margin in public polling, criticized her for having expressed opposition to a proposal repeatedly put forward by Governor Deval Patrick that would limit people to buying one gun per month.”Martha Coakley doesn’t get it,” Grossman said in front of crowd of a few dozen supporters, members of the media and gun rights supporters.”Why does Martha Coakley take the NRA’s position?” he asked, rhetorically, referring to the National Rifle Association. Grossman went on to say Coakley had demonstrated a “failure of leadership.”The made for the press event was the latest and most forward in Grossman’s attempts to question Coakley’s law enforcement chops, her area of expertise, and position himself to her left ahead of a September Democratic primary.Grossman also criticized Coakley for not joining him at the event to explain why she did not support the gun control measure. Grossman argued it could reduce the occurrence of straw purchases when a person illegally buys a gun or guns for someone else and make the state safer.A Coakley aide said she was at the funeral of a Boston police officer during Grossman’s media friendly happening.
“The government should not have encouraged construction and other high risk workplaces to reopen when proactive inspections were not occurring,” said Gail Cartmail, assistant general secretary of Unite, which has called for checks for weeks. “If sites were not safe for inspectors then they were certainly not safe for construction workers,” she told Yahoo Finance UK. BuildUK figures show 73% of sites in England and Wales were up and running on 6 May..