gypsymoss, November 8, 2008 (view all comments by gypsymoss)
I read this book in my beginning college years. Apparently it meant more to me than I realized at the time and I failed to give it the value it deserved. Where it went I have no idea but I have been trying to track it down now for several years. I would like to read it again as I feel it will have much more meaning to me at this time and I am so grateful to have found it at last. It will be a valued addition to my library collection.
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Jeseka, November 14, 2007 (view all comments by Jeseka)
Loved the forward; it was the perfect beginning to a potentially good source for my research paper on the connection between public discourse and technological advancements (mostly on American apathy regarding current events).
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