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God bless the U.S.A, so large,
So friendly, and so rich.
Who could not be moved by the sight of that poor, demoralized rabble, outwitted, outflanked, outmaneuvered by the U.S. military? Y ...
The U.S. is becoming an increasingly fatherless society. A generation ago, an American child could reasonably expect to grow up wi ...
The most important domestic challenge facing the U.S. at the close of the twentieth century is the re-creation of fatherhood as a ...
It would be enough for me to have the system of a jury of twelve versus the system of one judge as a basis for preferring the U.S. ...
U.S. international and security policy ... has as its primary goal the preservation of what we might call "the Fifth Freedom," und ...
F. Scott Fitzgerald thought that prolonging his adolescence would protect his talent.
If we eliminated the dog from our lives, nothing much would happen to our ecology. Independent of man, the dog is a vandal. With m ...
Olaf (being to all intents
a corpse and wanting any rag
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What is most appalling in an F. Scott Fitzgerald book is that it is peopleless fiction: Fitzgerald writes about spectral, muscled ...
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