Bad Subjects - Current Operations

Current Operations

The collective publishes 4-6 issues per year and also features regular editorials and reviews of a wide range of media. The site provides fifteen years of back content for free online and no longer even produces a print edition.

The stated goal of Bad Subjects is to revitalize what it terms "a progressive politics in retreat". The group claims to challenge political dogma by encouraging readers to think about the political dimension to all aspects of everyday life and seeks to broaden the audience for leftist and progressive writing, through a commitment to accessibility and contemporary relevance.

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Landshut–Plattling Railway - Operations - Current Operations
... and two Silberling local passenger coaches (or n-coaches) in push-pull operations with 374 seats in 2nd class and 42 in 1st class ...
Lucketts Travel - Current Operations
... On 12 January 2009 Lucketts Travel took over operation of all the National Express routes from Portsmouth- London- Portsmouth, Chichester- London- Chichester and ... All the driving and operations staff were transferred from Tellings-Golden Miller, the previous operators, to Lucketts Travel at the date of changeover ... The bulk of the current coach fleet (including that of the Worthing Coaches and Flagship Eastbourne subsidiaries) is made of Scania chassis with ...
143d Airlift Squadron - History - Rhode Island Air National Guard - Current Operations
... for homeland security and implemented 24-hour operations at Quonset ... become a "bridge" between Europe and the Continental United States in support of Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom ...

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