The Election That Changed the World

John Adams was called the voice of the revolution and the main driver of the new country. Because it was oral, it has been lost to the ages as the last of his listeners died off. On the other hand, Jefferson was the writer of the Revolution and guiding hand of the United States…

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My trip to Portland: A crime convention, donuts, tunnels & rain

  By: Jane Stillwater I’ve had a really good time in Portland, Oregon, this week — even though it rained almost every day.  But even the rain in Portland is charming.  I’d never been to Portland before and wouldn’t even be here now if it hadn’t been the site of a convention for murder-mystery writers […]

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Is Robador the New Gaza? – An Interview with Miquel Fernández

It seems that el Raval exemplifies perfectly the clash between two Barcelonas. Why is theirs a history of violence? Because it has demonized a place and people, simply because they are poor, hard-working

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