SOURCE: USA Today
by Jonathan Zimmerman
"I take my own job seriously, but nothing I do will ever be as significant as what my wife, who prevents and treats infections, is doing right now," writes history professor Jonathan Zimmerman.
SOURCE: The Nation
by Thomas Meaney
"Algerian Chronicles" shows that Camus still has something to say to us -- not about terrorism but economic justice.
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