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  • Plundering Paradiseby Michael D'Orso

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.24

    Mention the Galápagos Islands to almost anyone, and the first things that spring to mind are iguanas, tortoises, volcanic beaches, and, of course, Charles Darwin. But there are people living there, too -- nearly 20,000 of them. A wild stew of nomads and grifters, dreamers and hermits, wealthy tour operators and desperately poor South American refugees,... more...

  • In Praise Of Public Lifeby Joseph I. Lieberman; Michael D'Orso

    Simon & Schuster 2000; US$ 12.00

    In a vigorous defense of public life, Senator Joseph Lieberman, one of the most articulate and respected of our politicians, defines the duty, the honor and the privilege of public life in the face of Americans' perennial cynicism about it. Americans have always been suspicious of government and have misunderstood and mistrusted those in public life.... more...

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