Stephen Reid



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Prentice Hall Guide for Col...

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So You Want to be Rich

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A Wonder-Book and Tanglewoo...

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Cuchulain, the hound of Ulster

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The Boys' Cuchulain: Heroic...

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The Quest of the Blind Sigh...

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Maro the Lion-Keeper

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The High Deeds of Finn and ...

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“I write out those things no child should ever have been made to know”
Stephen Reid, A Crowbar in the Buddhist Garden

“Prison is, simply put, the bottom rung of the welfare ladder.”
Stephen Reid, A Crowbar in the Buddhist Garden

“Prisons are about addictions. Most prisoners are casualties of their own habits. They have all created victims, some in cruel and callous ways, but almost to a man they have first practiced that cruelty on themselves. Prison provides the loneliness that fuels addiction. It is the slaughterhouse for addicts, and all are eventually delivered to its gates.”
Stephen Reid, A Crowbar in the Buddhist Garden

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