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Opinion | Cormac McCarthy Was a Man of Science

He was known as a novelist, but in conversation I sometimes forgot he wasn’t a fellow physicist. Source link

Opinion | Houses Without Tomes Aren’t Homes

You can’t line a hallway or living room with e-books. Source link

Opinion | A Repository of American Classics

The Library of America preserves the nation’s best works against the depredations of wokeness and artificial intelligence. Source link

Opinion | A Newspaper Taught Hemingway to Write

The Kansas City Star’s style guide was his bible. Source link

Opinion | Paul Johnson’s Historic Times

The journalist and popular historian and lover of America dies at age 94. Source link

Opinion | The Half-Madness of Prince Harry

In his new book, he violates his own privacy as he tells us too much about himself, his wife and others. Source link

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Facing mounting debt, three quarters of U.S. workers want to get paid every day

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