The Borzoi College Reader
This highly regarded, thematic reader for freshman composition offers students an introduction to issues in the arts and sciences. It includes a good balance of classic and contemporary selections from mixed genres and provides a wide range of viewpoints and voices. The readings are supported by introductions to each theme and individual headnotes.
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When, instead, a sense of self arises from individual achievement and self-
realization. When self-esteem is established apart from race, then racial identity
can only enhance because it is no longer needed for any other purpose. The
True, totalitarian regimes often defend their invasions of individual liberties by
citing public need or "national interest." One difference is that they are less
concerned with protecting public goods than they are with building national
power or ...
Similarly, in a society freedom has nothing to say about what an individual does
with his freedom; it is not an all-embracing ethic. Indeed, a major aim of the
liberal is to leave the ethical problem for the individual to wrestle with. The "really"
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This is a freshman level college anthology. Any anthology of course suffers from having to include too much, to having to exclude other items. This one seems quite workable. Read full review
William Zinsser Simplicity
Robert Grudin Ideology and Moral Philology
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Allen Ginsberg, an annotated bibliography, 1969-1977
Michelle P. Kraus
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