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Books I’m Reading 2018

go site The Mismeasure of Man by Stephen Jay Gould (1980) – Gould’s first long-form book, it’s a look at the history of “biological determinism” (i.e. scientific racism, the mis-use of science in the service of preconceived biases, downright bad science, etc.). … Continue reading

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1st Episode of Politically Incorrect

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Desert Resurrection

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May 22 in freethought history…

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May 21 in freethought history…

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May 20 in freethought history…

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May 14 in freethought history…

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May 12 in freethought history…

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May 11 in freethought history…

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May 10 in freethought history…

May 10, 1872 - Victoria Woodhull, advocate for “free love” and women’s rights, becomes the first female candidate (representing the Equal Rights Party) for President of the United States. Sorry, Hillary. May 10, 1967 – Author and documentarian Jon Ronson is … Continue reading

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