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Twain vs Trump; No Contest

On June 29, 2017, The Boston Globe published an opinion piece by Scott Lehigh called “Mark Twain’s lessons for the Trump Age.”  A friend of mine sent me the link and commented that, while she agreed with much of Lehigh’s argument, she felt that Twain would have a lot more to say about Trump. Knowing […]

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The Only Thing We Have To Fear…

This column appeared in the Northern Express on April 8, 2017   Since my last column in the Northern Express, I have had the opportunity to think a lot about how people are handling the Trump presidency.  I went back and looked at things people were saying before the election, as well as the things […]

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