Daily Archives: August 19, 2018

Edward Dorn – Gunslinger

“… Reading this encouraged me to re-read Edward Dorn’s Gunslinger 1 &2, published together in 1970 when I got my copy and read aged 16. I’m not sure I’ve read it since, but loved revisiting and perhaps understanding much more … Continue reading

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The Young Lords’ Legacy of Puerto Rican Activism

“The confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court has stirred a wide sense of pride among Puerto Ricans. But some the roots of that Puerto Rican pride, many would argue, took hold 40 years ago this summer, with the … Continue reading

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