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“10 Unbelievable Things I Was Taught in College”

“10 Unbelievable Things I Was Taught in College,” found at Taki’s Magazine, is funny…at least I thought so. Some of those that commented apparently didn’t. Part of the introduction: “Today, nearly four times as many Americans have degrees, despite students … Continue reading

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Book Review—Pop. 1280

Pop. 1280, by Jim Thompson (1906–1977), published 1964 Pop. 1280 is a terribly brutal yet oddly humorous story about a sheriff in a small Southern town with a population of 1280 people. He’s the sheriff of the 47th largest county … Continue reading

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1957 Margaret Sanger Interview

In the days of early television, Mike Wallace interviewed a number of culturally and politically important characters. The video and transcript of his fifty-three year-old discussion with Margaret Sanger, the founder of the Birth Control Movement, can be found here. … Continue reading

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Book Review—The Searchers

The Searchers by Alan Le May (1899-1964), published 1954 I had been curious about this book for a long time, having never read it, but knowing that I’ve seen the movie enough times over the years to know some of … Continue reading

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