I should preface any answer I give you about that country by warning you that I...– my professor, George Crane. He’s talking about his involvement in the fallout that occurred after this essay was published.
Okay, so the US economy kind of sucks right now, but it’s cool. I read this thing in my book on Japanese history, and I’m pretty sure it’ll help us out if we do as the Japanese did in 1867. Observe: “In Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, and numerous other towns, small good luck charms somehow began raining down from the sky. Authorities in a few cases caught people tossing these from...
‘Khatami! I don’t believe in Khatami. I believe in Superman.’...– an Iranian teacher From “Shadow Land” by Joe Klein in a 2002 New Yorker issue.