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The Unsinkable Dreadnought

When you think about it, superheroes are lousy agents of democracy. Equality? Political freedom? Access to the legislative process? Forget about it. In no way does a crimefighting vigilante with superpowers represent democratic ideology. “We’re told to pretend that everyone … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Girl

Author April Daniels begins her novel with a high school kid applying toenail polish in a dark corner of a shopping mall parking garage. “Painting my toes is the one way I can take control of my life,” says 15-year-old … Continue reading

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