I have been listening to your recordings of the NYTimes articles through LibriVox. Many thanks to you and Barbara Schmidt. The coverage is fascinating. (I'm especially curious about the controversy over the dramatization of The Prince and the Pauper, and plan to look more into that....)
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Subject: [External] 110 years ago...
As I wend my way through the NY Times articles about Sam…I keep being reminded about today, 110 years ago.
Today was no exception…
from NYT July 2, 1917 ...
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"Obedience" is doing what is told, regardless of what is right!
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