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Download and read online Shit Magnet in PDF and EPUB The book’s central theme is GUILT: how it’s a uniquely human idea, and whether this raises us higher or drags us lower than other animals; how guilt is disabling and why individuals and societies tend to scapegoat; how the act of blaming the enemy and slaying him is history’s propulsive force; and my miraculous ability to redeem others by absorbing guilt from them.
Download and read online Apocalypse Culture in PDF and EPUB "Parfrey has edited a new book of Revelation, a collection which is almost as awesome and terrifying as the original biblical text." --Edwin Pouncey, NME "Apocalypse Culture is compulsory reading for all those concerned with the crisis of our times. An extraordinary collection unlike anything I have ever encountered. These are the terminal documents of the twentieth century." --J.G. Ballard
Download and read online Republican Party Animal in PDF and EPUB The story of GOP activist David Stein, who was exposed as a notorious Holocaust denier.
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Download and read online The Art of Problem Solving Volume 1 in PDF and EPUB "...offer[s] a challenging exploration of problem solving mathematics and preparation for programs such as MATHCOUNTS and the American Mathematics Competition."--Back cover
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