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Ammie, Come Home (1968) by Barbara Michaels

Ammie, Come Home
Written by Barbara Michaels
Copyright 1968 by Barbara Michaels
Published by Fawcett Crest, reprinted by arrangement with Meredith Press

I don’t think anyone who loves Autumn and ghost stories can resist a book with a cover like this. 1,253 more words

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Quote for the Week

“January is here, with eyes that keenly glow, A frost-mailed warrior striding a shadowy steed of snow.”

    Edgar Fawcett, novelist and poet

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Games

Spring Term 1915

LACROSSE – February 20th – Sarum beat Nelson by 4 goals to 3.

Sarum’s defence was very good, especially H. Williams. Nelson did not combine very well; the intention was there, but the capacity seemed to be lacking. 208 more words

Spring Term 1915

Kevin Williamson At The National Review: 'Whose Liberalism?'

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Original review in The Nation:

‘Before the 1930s, histories of liberalism told a different story. In his excellent Liberalism: The Life of an Idea, the journalist Edmund Fawcett, a former correspondent for The Economist, returns to this earlier telling.

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Shirts: This is what hypocrisy looks like

Christine Nolthenius
Staff Writer
Can7751@lhup.edu

Recently a women’s rights campaign has come under fire for making their merchandise in unethical conditions. According to current investigations, The Fawcett Society’s “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” t-shirts are made in sweatshops in Mauritius, an island nation located in the Indian Ocean. 344 more words

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