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Books on Trial: Red Scare in the Heartland
Calendar entry for May 5thhttp://www.thebookcalendar.com/May5.html
At least one review of this book came out a year and a half ago:
Thank you for your inane comment.
So once a book has been mentioned one place no one can mention the book again? Ok.
The last ten books that the NYT has reviewed. Were they the very first ones to review the book? Probably not. Why did they bother writing a review when there was an obscure review on some dark corner of the web that people could have read?
I hadn't heard of the book before I saw it on TheBookCalendar site. To all the people that had read the review on LLRX and are put out by the fact that you saw a book mentioned twice; my sincerest apologies.
To bad you are anonymous, now I don't know who to ask when I need access to the fount of all knowledge.
that book is from 2007; today's (May 13, 2009) TheBookCalendar book is from 2003.... I assumed these were new books when I saw the post, but I guess they don't have to be new to be mentioned here.
but "Bibliofuture," yikes! you sure got mad over a simple dumb comment.
>but "Bibliofuture," yikes! you sure got mad over a simple dumb comment.
The inane comments wear thin after awhile.
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