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Originally posted May 2004 Credits: Thanks to Bob, clear-sighted as always, as well as to George for kindness, and Ian for perspective. Also, if this subject interests you, I recommend my "Firestarter" titled Tolerance FAQ, take II. I've been watching the joy and euphoria spreading through San Francisco and parts of the Bay Area as […]

by Barbara Ehrenreich & Deidre English A review of one of my textbooks: a tiny little pamphlet — less than 50 pages! – with a powerful message that's both creepily and effectively illustrated with a few small woodcut reproductions. Operating under the premise that those who forget history are doomed to repeat it, the authors […]

Memoirs of A Geisha

In: Feminism, LIBRARY, Minorities

by Arthur Golden 1 July 2006 book review by Collie Collier Credits: For Casey, who always encourages me to think. Also, I so want the beautiful soundtrack! ;) Synopsis The fictional story of Sayuri, the most celebrated geisha of her time, and how she came to that position. The story's emphasis is more on the […]

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