The Parts

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We might find, for example, that editorials (on which de Nie seems to rely quite heavily) provide us with particularly pungent, but also somewhat misleading, examples of prejudice. Read an interview with Adcock at the Guardian (29 July 2000), in which she discusses her childhood, England, New Zealand, relationships, and her art. Squelch it – by heavens – squelch it.” “Total Annihilation;” suggested The Times leader of September 2, 1846; and in 1848 its editorialists crowed, The immortal Society of Friends, the “Quakers,” did all in their power to save lives.

Pages: 464

Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books; First Edition edition (June 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0312327692

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