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Queuing (13 Apr 2005)
The queue has been a visually redolent image for decades. From queuing for rations during World War II to the dole queue of the seventies and eighties, the queue has been exploited for its political capital and social importance. But why are the British so obsessed with queuing and what does this social norm reveal?
Article URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/thinkingallowed_20050413.shtml
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