"Dead Babies" (aka "Dark Secrets")
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[on the choice of governance] Everywhere else on earth, or certainly in the free world, the argument between bowel and brain was settled centuries ago in favour of brain. It's an ancient idea that the leader of a democracy should not be the cleverest but the most average. That's an arguable point, but the world has decided otherwise - except in America, where it still divides the country right ...
After reading "nothing but science fiction till he was fifteen or sixteen," as his father Kingsley Amis
complained, Martin did extremely poorly in school until he determined to enter Oxford's Exeter College. He studied Latin and poetry to pass the entrance exam and graduated with a degree in English with first-class honors. He went to work as a book reviewer for the London Observer in 1971, and ...