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From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 3)I'd spoken at universities before, even in Greece, but never in front of protesters. I should've known things were going to be different after passing the graffiti all over the brick walls of my father's alma mater, the...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 3)MY mother was confined to a place that reminded me of an embarkation site, where the frail residents looked as though they were marking time in an abandoned waiting room. They seemed to be about to take off on a flight...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 3)A note of apprehension and confusion hung over Paul Wallace after a brief conversation with one of his fellow airmen. Paul Wallace's tour in Vietnam was coming to an end, he would receive an honorable discharge when he...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 3)I have put off writing this for some time, largely because it was too painful for me to write about my parents, and largely, too, because I was worried that my experience--which is purely that, my experience-might cause...
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