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“He blends ancient and modern history with current-day political analysis and some travel writing.”
“Presented by comedian and writer Deon Cole, "Black His-Stories" is a look at current-day African-American stories that are just as important as the more celebrated stories you may have heard.”
“We should always remember the struggle for voting equality in this country, but in all reality, we also have our own current-day reasons to get out and vote.”
“And those practices have made it more difficult for the current-day operator.”
“We need a celebrity endorser, a current-day Dick Van Dyke, someone who enjoys the trust of parents and children alike.”
“Little also predicted the current-day conspiracy theories that lash together doctors, government officials, and vaccine manufacturers in their quest for riches.”
“Modern jazz largely ceased to be "about" tunes a long time ago, and pop music and even current-day Broadway can hardly claim to have done any better.”
“Literature, as taught in the current-day university, is strictly an intramural game.”
“The automatic leftism behind this picture is also part of the reigning ethos of the current-day English Department.”
“As alternating chapters excerpt the proposed book and follow the current-day story, Freeman builds a suspenseful tale of terror and secrets kept too long.”
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