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The Midterm Election’s warm glow of victory and its cold agony of defeat last Tuesday night lasted until Wednesday morning. That’s when formerly besieged, belittled and begrudged Democrats, who took back the House of Representatives from the raging Red Staters, swore to move the country forward despite Trumpian politics. 946 more words
First published in 2015.
The 111th entry on the Persephone list, and one of this year’s spring reprints, is Mollie Panter-Downes’ excellent London War Notes: 1939-1945… 483 more words
The case of the missing lake, making paintings out of photographs, fake videos, Harari's 21 Lessons, and Stevenson's Just Mercy
On Saturday morning I went up to Durant Park to see how the leaves were doing. It was a brisk 51 degrees, and the light was undramatic, without a cloud in the sky. 677 more words