Nearly a half century ago, an anthropologist named Cora Du Bois analyzed the values of U.S. society and concluded that Americans are optimistic activists. They expect that they and their institutions will succeed and succeed quickly.
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I once had a close encounter with Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, in a ritzy restaurant in Washington named Galile
Before you begin to read The Sky Unwashed, you think you know what you are in for.
The United States has but one graduate program in canon law, and many seminaries and theologates do not have a full-time canonist among t