As I've watched and listened to the nascent movement "Occupy Wall Street," I've been driven to reread a favorite book of mine about America -- The American 1930s: A Literary History.
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In this imaginative and fictional biography, Etta Place can shoot a gun as well as Annie Oakley, ride a horse like Buffalo Bill and rob banks with the skill of an experienced outlaw.
How does Barack Obama fit into political Chicago? I found out at another convention, Boston's in 2004.
No Latin American nation has dangled at the end of the U.S. State Department's marionette strings more wretchedly than Nicaragua, leading them to harbor a particularly personal distrust of the Yankee colossus.
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