Play with a Tiger Discussion Questions

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Governments have always employed spies to root out enemy and competitor secrets. Spy work flourished in the West and the Soviet Union, especially during the cold war. One famous spy case concerned a group of four British men who were Soviet spies known as the "Cambridge Four": Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean, Kim Philby, and Anthony Blunt. Research one or all of these four men, exploring his/their views and reasons for doing what he/they did.

Many political activists today protest at meetings of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the World Bank. These organizations are presiding over a developing system of global trade. Research the views of those who are protesting trade globalization. What are their concerns? What are the views of those who support trade globalization?

Research the mid-century group of British writers called the "Angry Young Men." Based on how critics describe the...

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