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Ian Scott and Henry Thompson

the world, as well as more specific findings related to emergency response, border security and reporting lines within the various intelligence agencies. In measured, even muted language, the Commission recommended that the ‘War on Terror’ could not concern itself merely with military responses, concluding that ‘if we favour one tool while neglecting others, we leave ourselves vulnerable and weaken our national effort’.40 The message about moral leadership was thrown into sharp relief immediately on publication. Just a few weeks earlier in May 2004, investigative

in The cinema of Oliver Stone
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Bryony Dixon

can be left for the moment. We deal with the emergencies first, and the others when we can. Most of an archivist’s job will be a race against time to deal with the emergencies, ‘A and E’, if you like. Other cases are diagnosed for treatment in the longer term and are sent up to the various ‘wards’. Access policy is a way of prioritising the non-urgent cases for ‘preservation’ (keeping them alive as

in British cinema of the 1950s
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Pat Jackson’s White Corridors
Charles Barr

anxious mother, and both are received by doctors and nurses alike with warm care and concern. Ironically, it is the woman with a cerebral abscess who lives, saved by an emergency operation, and the boy who dies, since he turns out to be resistant to penicillin. These two stories, absorbing in themselves, allow the main plot issues to be carried forward and resolved. The film combines its strong documentary

in British cinema of the 1950s