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Daily Archives: February 22, 2013
Six Crises 8
In my latest reading of Richard Nixon’s 1962 book Six Crises, Nixon addresses the question of whether or not Nikita Khrushchev of the Soviet Union sincerely desired peace. On the one hand, the answer was “yes”. A former Ambassador to … Continue reading
Posted in Movies, Political Philosophy, Politics Tagged JFK, Konrad Adenauer, m scott peck, Nikita Khrushchev, Richard Nixon, Six Crises Comments Off on Six Crises 8
I’m having a hard time getting into Milton Steinberg’s As a Driven Leaf, so I may save my reading of that for another time. Instead, I’ll be blogging through another book: James David Audlin’s Circle of Life: Traditional Teachings of … Continue reading
Posted in Bible, Religion, School Tagged George Eliot, Middlemarch Comments Off on Primeval Religion