"To argue against rock and roll is now as quaintly irrelevant as arguing for the divine right of kings."
Earlier I mentioned how dazzled I was when I re-read Norman Mailer's Miami and the Siege of Chicago. I'm still dazzled. I love the way his figures (windy, awkward conceits) run amok. Here's one ... about styles of speechifying:
When did the Sixties really start? Go here and find out.
Darfur NOW tells the story of how the crisis in Darfur developed and it follows six individuals who in their own ways have worked to try to stop the genocide befor