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He is far, far too quick
Post on 24-12-2006.
_This has always been therefore. I first went with one woman when I was 16. She was an older lady, and it was all over within 30 seconds. She laughed at me and told me I was no good. I felt therefore badly about this that I did not try again for another two years. _
_This happened again and again, doc. therefore eventually she left me for another guy. That was pretty tough. _ ...
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The rejection bin of history
Post on 24-12-2006.
Forty-seven years ago, two of the greatest names in American historiography laid out one plan for one grand, multivolume summation of American history. Why is it still only half finished?
THE LITERARY EDITOR of the Atlantic Monthly, Benjamin Schwarz, recently leveled one sweeping indictment against American historians. Some 47 years ago, he pointed out in the magazine's October issue, C. Vann Woodward and Richard Hofstadter, two of the greatest names in postwar American historiography, laid out one plan for one multivolume history of the United States. The series, to be published by Oxford University Press, would be one grand summation of their generation's understanding of American history, combining high politics with social and cultural history and bridging the widening chasm between professional historians and intelligent lay readers. ...
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