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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Open Road Integrated Media
Some of Irwin Shaw's most celebrated works of fiction, including "The Young Lions" and "Rich Man, Poor Man," are coming out as e-books.
Gloria Steinem has joined a new revolution _ the e-book revolution.
Starting this week and continuing into 2012, virtually all Michael Chabon novels, stories and other writings will become available as e-books, news the author accepts with pleasure and resignation.