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How the Political Landscape Hasn’t Changed Much in 150 Years

Yesterday, I finished reading “Machine Made: Tammany Hall and the Creation of Modern American Politics” by Terry Golway. Some time back, I heard an interview with the author on NPR’s Fresh Air, and added the book to my Hold list … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading

Yesterday, I finished reading what may be the best narrative non-fiction I have ever, or may ever, read. I was enthralled, engrossed, riveted, completely pulled in. I did not want to put it down, and I knew I would be … Continue reading

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Out and About in Our Neighborhood

In the evening, when the weather is good, Tim and I like to take a walk around the neighborhood. Often, we do this after dinner, but occasionally before, such as happened today. Often we go down a walking trail nearby, … Continue reading

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