Posts Tagged: class privilege

Censoring Censorship


Emma Garman discusses the ability of UK’s elite to pay lawyers to keep their names out of the press. She raises the topics of censorship, public interest, and the availability of these resources to people of all classes:

The loftiest interpretation of public interest is our common concern with the workings of government, but we’re more often drawn to stories wherein someone’s carefully curated public image conflicts with their private behavior—especially if their image helps them make money.


The Saturday Rumpus Essay: Making a Murderer and “Bad” Families


There were “good” families and “bad” families, and even I, an outsider, was quickly apprised of which was which. ...more