Europe Then, America Now: A Centenary of Senseless Slaughter for Profit

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You wouldn’t think someone who dislikes guns as much as I do would be such a fan of war documentaries, but I absolutely eat them up. World War I, in particular, fascinates me, partially because my grandfather was a French soldier at the front, but also because no one on either side could really say what they were fighting for. Even now, after a century of study, the…

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Author, "Ink from the Pen," about my 9 months using creativity as the ultimate survival tool behind bars.

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Author, "Ink from the Pen," about my 9 months using creativity as the ultimate survival tool behind bars.

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