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Book Review: KILLING THE POORMASTER by Holly Metz

In my tenth grade history class, we spent approximately three days on the Depression (1929-1941ish). ¬†And we learned the following things: The Depression was very depressing! ¬†Everything was sepia-toned and ill-fitting, one-shouldered overalls were the national uniform. No one in … Continue reading

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Should Convicts Be Allowed to Sell Memoirs Detailing Their Crimes?

LiveJournal’s Writer’s Block feature recently asked: Do you think that criminals should be able to profit from selling their memoirs, after serving jail time? I have no idea what prompted this question, unless someone thinks Casey “Not Actually Convicted” Anthony … Continue reading

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