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Laughter on American television has taken the place of the chorus in Greek tragedy.... In other countries, the business of laughin ...
Here is one of the fundamental defects of American fiction--perhaps the one character that sets it off sharply from all other know ...
Somebody said that I am the last American living the tragedy of Europe.
... the struggle against sexism demands the destruction of the American state, and ... the immediate personal nature of sexism req ...
We fatuously hoped that we might pluck from the human tragedy itself a consciousness of a common destiny which should bring its ow ...
If American has points of inferiority to English, they are merely matters of degree; if the Americans are, as Oliver Wendell Holme ...
The needs of a society determine its ethics, and in the Black American ghettos the hero is that man who is offered only the crumbs ...
[Asked if American women would ever win full suffrage:] Assuredly. I firmly believed at one time that I should live to see that da ...
If we apply the term revolution to what happened in North America between 1776 and 1829, it has a special meaning. Normally, the w ...
I'm always amazed at the American practice of allowing one party to a homosexual act to remain passive--it's so undemocratic. Sex ...
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