Anti-Monopoly War Song

The Anti-Monopoly War Song · Cincinnati’s University Singers · R. J. Harrison · Earl Rivers · Michael Van Engen
The Hand That Holds The Bread: Progress and Protest in the Gilded Age Songs from the Civil War to the Columbian Exposition

Nullius in verba


Divide and Conquer

Talbot blames his mother’s death on NHS cuts. The album is dedicated to her and she appears on the cover.

A loved one perished at the hand of the baron-hearted right

Between 2010 and the release of Brutalism, the Conservative-led governments consistently increased the NHS budget by less than was needed — effectively reducing the amount of treatment available.

Nullius in verba