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Corridors

2005–2008

Corridors of Power
Jörg M. Colberg

If Wikipedia is to be believed, the term “corridors of power” may refer to either an album by rock musician Gary Moore, a novel by C.P. Snow, or “an Australian television mockumentary comedy series”. Since knowledge is said to be power, further surfing of the web reveals that – as usual – Wikipedia mixes the useful with that which is utterly useless: According to IdiomDictionary.com, “the phrase is a quotation from C P Snow’s political novel Homecomings (1956, chapter 22): ‘The official world, the corridors of power…’