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The World Changed

I recently read an article by a person whose “world changed” at a young age by the event of “9/11” in New York City. My reading of her well-written memoir initiated a memory search for that moment in my life … Continue reading

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Give Me That Old Time Religion

No, I am not proselytizing. I am recounting here the memories evoked by my reading of two books by Juan Williams, who recently received some unusual public attention, about which you can read under the preceding link. The first book … Continue reading

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