Whatever happened to politics? Washington is not where it's at
The absence of a vital public debate on political issues is a cause for concern to politicians, journalists and historians. The American public's attitudes on issues is better characterized as 'mood swing' than 'climate of opinion'. Cultural and political origins of the problem are detailed.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
The fine art of quilt-making was perfected by French women in the early 1700s and passed on to wealthy families throughout Europe. Elaborate designs and motifs such as flowers, garlands, fruits adorn all-white wedding quilts that have become American tradition in the 19th century.
Publication Name: Colonial Homes
Subject: Architecture and design industries
Power to the cabins
UK regulations governing temporary electric installations on construction sites have been updated, with BS 4363 now covering 110 V equipment only and BS EN 60439: part 4 covering mains voltage site equipment. Among the new rules are improved protection of mains voltage circuits.
Publication Name: Electrical Contractor
Subject: Engineering and manufacturing industries