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- Lapham’s Quarterly published an excerpt from Jeremy Jennings’s Travels with Tocqueville Beyond America on Alexis de Tocqueville’s “delicious” trip to Italy.
- On CBC Radio’s Ideas, Burning the Books author Sir Richard Ovenden discussed how “culture wars” have once again made libraries into “battlegrounds for political freedom.”
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