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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Arcadian
The regions of ancient Greece were areas identified by the ancient Greeks as geographical sub-divisions of the Hellenic world. These regions are described in the works of ancient historians and geographers, and in the legends and myths of the ancient Greeks. - Source: Wikipedia
Bacon's Rebellion (1676-1677) is one of my favorite footnotes to early American history because the main characters in the drama are so thoroughly reprehensible.
Two of the best American writers to have emerged during the new century's maiden decade have recently published substantial and attention-getting new novels.