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by | Fri, Jul 21, 2000 at 12:00 am CST
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The central premise of Lethal Arrogance, this extended warning by Lloyd Dumas, is unassailable mathematics. If there is some probability, per year, that an event will happen (however small the probability is), and that probability is not decreasing – then … Read More

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Coming of Age in the Texas Fifties

UNDERSTANDING WOMEN. It’s the summer of 1956, and sixteen-year-old James Robert Proctor’s quiet, middle-class Dallas home plays host to his mother’s brother, Waylan, and Waylan’s new bride and second wife. Vicki, a Baltimore-bred schoolteacher, seems to be the complete opposite … Read More

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