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“underscores the imperative of immigration reform for both practical and humanitarian reasons.”

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“adds little, if anything, to the lexicon of literature covering the Persian Gulf region.”

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Sex.

The three-letter word that gets everyone’s attention.

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“There is certainly an audience for such work in the sports field.”

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will be a treasured volume for years to come.”

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". . . riveting and insightful . . ."

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“Decisive two thumbs up for a compelling and lucid narrative of the ‘finest book in the world.’”

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“makes a definite contribution to understanding religious liberty . . . and the thinking of our Founding Fathers on the role of religion and politics . . .”

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“Be proud of who you are and recognize that your unique combination of genetics, brain chemistry and personality could land you in the pages of history.”

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“. . . should occupy an honored space next to your copy of On War . . .“

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“My life changed . . . when I . . . discovered photography . . . I saw that my camera gave me a connection with others that I had never had before.

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There’s a Terrance Hayes line that goes “A bandanna is a useful handkerchief, but a handkerchief is a useless-ass bandanna.” A golfer or three-point-shooter might say “Never over, never in.” An unc

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Primates is a single-season sensation that does little more than titillate.”

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“For a personal, ground level view of a highly decorated German soldier’s World War II experience, Sturm’s account comes highly recommended.” 

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Since he opened shop as a London-based landscape designer in 1997, Luciano Giubbilei has built an impressive, international reputation with clients in Europe, Britain, North Africa, and America.

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Race remains the predominant discourse of modern life.

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Lethality without accountability.

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With a mixture of the violence that Dashiell Hammett brought to Red Harvest, the wild characters that filled the stories of Damon Runyon and the humanity at the center of O.

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If you know anything about the life and career of Karl Lagerfeld you know that when anything is in his hands you must expect the unexpected.  

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Barry Svrluga is clearly a good guy.

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“This is a thoughtful, thought-provoking little book that is well worth your attention.”

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On July 4, 1866, George Bailey Loring gave a speech. He spoke about the founding fathers, and what they did not do.

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