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Solidarity and the Politics of Anti-Politics by David Ost
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“There are two kinds of perfect: The one you can never achieve, and the other, by just being yourself.”
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The Last Time I Wore a Dress by Daphne Scholinski
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I was hoping for more insight pertaining to the gender issues Daphne was facing. I thought the book lacked significance and missed an opportunity to really dive in to bring me into the world that I'm relatively unfamiliar but open to learning about. ...more
Poland by James A. Michener
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What's the Worst That Could Happen? by Greg Craven
"So far this reads like a 'RISK Management for Dummies' book - almost certainly what the author was aiming at. The emphasis is on Global Warming , or whatever the buzz phrase is this week , and the language is over-the-top non technical : the tone..." Read more of this review »
What's the Worst That Could Happen? by Greg Craven
"According to the author (from his introductory instructions) I should not have even bothered to read this book. According to him, his book is for people who think 1) global warming is bunk, or 2) the problem is way over-blown or not as important a..." Read more of this review »
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