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Retrobution, Hoffman, Julliane
1 Hoffman, Julliane Retrobution
New York G. P. Putnam's Sons 2004 0399151273 / 9780399151279 Hardcover Very Good No Dust Jacket 

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Living trust, Stephenson, Gilbert T.
2 Stephenson, Gilbert T. Living trust
F. S. Crofts& Co. 1937 Second Edition Hardcover Good - shelf wear 

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No More Prisons, Wimsatt, William Upski
3 Wimsatt, William Upski No More Prisons
Soft Skull Press 1999 1887128425 / 9781887128421 Paperback Good 
From Publishers Weekly Following the successful release of his first self-published book (Bomb the Suburbs), Wimsatt finds more issues to rant about in his latest collection of essays, some of which have appeared in such publications as the Utne Reader and the New Haven Advocate. In some of his most lucid writing, the self-proclaimed "cool rich kid" takes on the American penal system and its emphasis on punishment at the expense of hope and rehabilitation. However, much of that section's impact is lost when Wimsatt suddenly turns guru: "For every road and zoo and gated community and fence and lock and alarm system and prison we build, we are installing another prison cell in our hearts." In "Homeschooling and Self-Education," he tries for the anarchistic, mocking tone that yippies Jerry Rubin and Abbie Hoffman made famous in the late 1960s, charging that American education fosters a host of maladies, including passivity, dullness, eating disorders and self-hatred. His scorn for white class privilege, greed and the "sterility" of suburbia surfaces in several of his more challenging short pieces, notably in an informative interview with David Rusk, the former mayor of Albuquerque, N. Mex. The interviews with various activists and politicos that dot the book are often more thought-provoking than the pat sarcasm in Wimsatt's tirades against the enemies of hip-hop and socially responsible philanthropy. Irreverent, occasionally hilarious, but distracting in its obsession with the artistic shortcomings of his previous book, Wimsatt's new work offers a strange, affecting glimpse into the head of a Gen-X cultural maverick. (Feb.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information, Inc. 
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