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Book Review: REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVISM IN THE 1950s & ’60s (Vols. 1 & 2) by Ernest Tate

Ernest Tate’s new two-volume memoir, Revolutionary Activism In The 1950s and ‘60s, is a significant accomplishment. In recounting the savor and substance of daily life devoted to the socialist cause, it not only offers a fascinating account of revolutionary militancy … Continue reading

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Book Review: GONE GIRL, a novel by Gillian Flynn

“Had we ever been in love, or was marriage a pre-packaged dance in the service of patriarchy?” Sartre said “Hell is other people” and if you want contemporary rendering of that thesis, try Gillian Flynn’s 2012 novel, Gone Girl. It … Continue reading

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