Monthly Archives: March 2016

Follow-up with Marilyn Levy

For several days after I posted my recent interview with Marilyn Levy, I followed the news reports about Donald Trump’s campaign for president and about the protests that continue to flare up at his rallies. Almost every one of these rallies has … Continue reading

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An Interview with Marilyn Levy

Late last year Montemayor Press released a remarkable novel, Chicago: August 28, 1968, by Marilyn Levy.  This book is on one level a kind of historical fiction, as it portrays events now almost fifty years past; at the same time, it portrays events that … Continue reading

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