Vol. XXII, No. 12, December 2016

Haircuts and Civilization

by Jonathan Wallace

Someone with a good haircut could never kill a neighbor, right?

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Rags and Bones
by Jonathan Wallace

Castro; secrecy; cute Nazis; Snopes.

This republic never existed as a political fact but only as a longing, a poignant nostalgia for good government that broke out in poems and histories, architecture, paintings and sculpture.
Mary McCarthy, The Stones of Florence (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1963) p. 191

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