Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

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(verb) writhe toss / (verb) wallow / (verb) to rise and fall or toss about in or with waves / (verb) to become deeply sunk, soaked, or involved / (verb) to be in turmoil / (noun) a state of wild disorder; turmoil / (noun) a chaotic mass or jumble

22

The question remains as to how these changes came into effect, given the welter of laws and rules directing the uses of capital for public investments.

—p.22 Introduction (5) by Ruth Wilson Gilmore
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5 months ago

The question remains as to how these changes came into effect, given the welter of laws and rules directing the uses of capital for public investments.

—p.22 Introduction (5) by Ruth Wilson Gilmore
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5 months ago

a grant of money, especially from a government.

163

The prison had to be territorially integrated with the city in order for Corcoran to receive its share of annual tax subventions from Sacramento

—p.163 Crime, Croplands, and Capitalism (128) by Ruth Wilson Gilmore
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5 months ago

The prison had to be territorially integrated with the city in order for Corcoran to receive its share of annual tax subventions from Sacramento

—p.163 Crime, Croplands, and Capitalism (128) by Ruth Wilson Gilmore
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5 months ago