Unsanctioned Voice by Bruce Ramsey

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Bruce Ramsey explores Garrett s life and work as reflected in fourteen novels and pamphlets and in dozens of essays in the Saturday Evening Post, the New York Times, and other publications. Unsanctioned Voice is the story of a writer who found himself on the losing side of a national debate about the limits of government a debate that is even more relevant today.

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Published July 20, 2010 by Caxton Press. 290 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, History.

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Albert’s novel is mostly about relationships: between Rose and her mother, between Rose and her seven-year companion, Helen Boylston, between Rose and a boy she took under her wing, John Turner, between Rose and Garet, and most of all, between Rose and her writing.

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According to a statement released earlier this month, the Libertarian Party noted that “Governor Johnson’s poll numbers — and his votes this November — may be the critical factor in “Tipping Point” or battleground states like North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Nevada, and Colorado — where Obama a...

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