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Invasion of the Body Snatchers by
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(71 Stories)

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Professor watches amazed as 16 students disappear into broadband stream
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Okay, Charlie by
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Prompted By Learning to Drive

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I had to hold onto the steering wheel to reach the pedals.
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The Soviet Matter by
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Prompted By Cold War Coping

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Revenge is a dish best served cold.
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Hope is a thing with feathers by
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Prompted By Earth Day

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Genuine, hopeful retreat is possible.
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Que Lastima by
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Prompted By Poetry

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“Que lastima,” says a delicate-featured little girl. What a pity.
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Conscientious objector or draft dodger? by
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Prompted By Betrayal

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The great river of class, culture and convictions afforded me a way out.
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Putnam Avenue by
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Prompted By My First Apartment

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Don’t try to brush aside a death in the family. It won’t work.
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Untitled by
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Prompted By New Beginnings

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That year, summer vacation released us into the unknown.
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Gates of Eden: the genesis of an antiwar novel* by
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    My antiwar writing began in a theater. I was working on a new play and the antiwar movement of the 1960s came up in conversation. Several of the actors expressed amazement that there had been a determined movement to stop the war. One actor said something like “Wow! We just thought that all…
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