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__NOTOC__<center>{{quotation|[[Sinclair Lewis]]<br><small>([http://www.wikiyourrights.com/wiki/Main_Page credit] [[Issuepedia:Quotes|more quotes]])</small>|When [[fascism]] comes to America, it will be [[pseudo-patriotism|wrapped in the flag]] and [[Christian evangelism|carrying a cross]].}}</center>
 
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==Recent Issuepedian Writings==
 
==Recent Issuepedian Writings==
* '''2007-01-28''' [http://kevininliberia.blogspot.com/2007/01/review-of-robert-calderisis-trouble.html Review of Robert Calderisi’s ''The Trouble with Africa: Why Foreign Aid Isn’t Working''] by [[User:KevinFryatt|KevinFryatt]]
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* '''2007-01-28''' [http://kevininliberia.blogspot.com/2007/01/review-of-robert-calderisis-trouble.html Review of Robert Calderisi’s ''The Trouble with Africa: Why Foreign Aid Isn’t Working''] by [[User:KevinFryatt|KevinFryatt]]
 
* '''2006-09-30''' [[Woozle comments on Head-in-the-sand Liberalism]]
 
* '''2006-09-30''' [[Woozle comments on Head-in-the-sand Liberalism]]
 
==Latest Issues==
 
==Latest Issues==

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