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January 19, 2005

Still more collected Booker commentary

I collected much of last week's Booker commentary here and here, and because I may need to be off-line much of today, I thought I might usefully do another such collection of more recent posts on Booker:

In addition, yesterday I did a segment with Professor Al Alschuler covering Booker and related issues for the Chicago Public Radio show Odyssey, which can be accessed via the web here.  The questions from the Odyssey host, as well as from callers, helped make this program, in my view, especially thoughtful and interesting.

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