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Radio: Living the ‘neo-Crom’ life

by Edward Wickham

THERE COMES a time in a child’s life when it has to come to terms with a confusing moral reversal. During its earliest development, a child is told to eat everything on its plate, because any waste is somehow an insult to the starving in Africa. But then, some time around the mid-teens, it becomes no longer acceptable to consume vast quantities of food. Such excess comes to be regarded as an indicator of selfishness and moral indolence.

Is consumption beyond what is necessary ...

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