Bloomsbury Square Garden and Campaigning

Bloomsbury Square Garden on a week day morning in February. 

Impressions:  Serious statue facing out of the park, his back to us.  High statue steps lurid green with algae.  Rubbish, lost leaves, soggy newspaper fallen in puddles.  Dancing red strip lights and chandeliers in an overlooking window.  Smart buildings.  Tourists with cameras.  Cold, humid, sunless day.

Question: The statue is of Charles James Fox, an 18th century statesman and anti-slavery campaigner.  What cause do you or would you campaign for?  What cause would you not campaign for?




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