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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Henry Miller
A Washington state 16-year-old probably won't need to deliver pizzas or flip burgers to make a few extra bucks, thanks to an appearance on the ABC television show "Shark Tank."
Barney Rosset was a publisher, not an author, and struggled for decades to write the story of his brave and wild life. But few over the past 60 years had so profound an impact on the way we read today.