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  • Vol. 27, No. 1
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  • Signs of a Critical Time
  • Signs of a Critical Time

    "These schools should be one of the safest places for a kid to be, but it's turning out to be maybe a place where it's not very safe for them on a purely random basis."
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  • The Dockless Debate
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  • The Dockless Debate

    "[Seattle] is starting to look like the backyard of ill-behaved 7-year-olds who refuse to pick up after themselves."
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  • Shobha Rao
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  • Shobha Rao

    A debut novelist coming to Rediscovered Books ignites bestseller lists, conversations with Girls Burn Brighter.
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