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The Rule Book

A Society and Culture podcast
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Stories about the laws we make, and the many ways they can come unstuck. From tricksy studio.

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Furry creatures (and the anti-nazi, 6 and a half foot Tasmanian devil lady) (part II)
The international furry community is a place for love, companionship, trust and inclusivity. Here's a story about when none of that was true.
Furry creatures (and the anti-nazi, 6 and a half foot Tasmanian devil lady) (part I)
The international furry community is a place for love, companionship, trust and inclusivity. Here's a story about when none of that was true. 
Focused prevention (part II)
Heyyyy wait a second. This is part two, so back it up and listen to part one before you go any further. Trust me. It's good advice.We - the citizens of the world - made up laws to govern the way we have wars. We look at the Israeli military lawyers empowered by those laws, then we tumble down the rabbit hole.This story was produced with an immense amount of help from Craig Jones, political geography academic from the UK. More on Craig here and here. Find out more about The Rule Book here and social up James Milsom on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.Support The Rule Book on Patreon.

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jamesgmilsom reviewed this podcast on Jan 4th, 2018
"Beautiful sounding, deeply researched stories of society. Then again, I made them."

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Started
Mar 15th, 2016
Latest Episode
Feb 19th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
18
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes
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No
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