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    Barry Richards Capitalism and Infancy in 1984.

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    Founded in 1975 the Radical Statistics Group was our contemporary and happily continues to this day, see http://www.radstats.org.uk/journal/issue121/. Accessed 7 Nov 2019.

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    For just one example see Skin Deep magazine, https://skindeepmag.com/. Accessed 7 Nov 2019.

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    For an account of the consequence of this see Latour (2018).

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    https://www.jeremydeller.org/TheBattleOfOrgreave/TheBattleOfOrgreave_Video.php.

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Henriques, J. Couze & the Subject. Subjectivity 13, 126–133 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41286-020-00092-y

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