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03/22/2004 Archived Entry: "Liberty and Power exchange"
This week's Dave Barry column -- "Death, taxes, airline food". "April 15 is lurking around the corner, so if you haven't yet filed your federal tax return, it's time to set aside a few hours, gather together your financial records, and flee the country. Or, if you like to 'walk on the wild side,' you can stay here and attempt to do your taxes. As usual, there are some 'new wrinkles' in the tax laws this year, to guard against the danger that some taxpayer, somewhere, will actually understand them."
An interesting exchange is occurring on the Liberty and Power blog to which I contribute. Robert Campbell is posting a multi-series critique of Naomi Wolf in light of the recent confessional article in which she accuses celebrated Prof. Harold Bloom of sexual misconduct during her student days at Yale. (My take on the subject was embodied in the column featured on this week's ifeminists.net front page.)
The L&P exchange to date:
---Robert Campbell: Wolf I: Power Feminist or Victim Feminist?; and, Wolf II: Playing the Victim Role while Denying It.
---Roderick T. Long's response to Campbell: Dialectical Feminism: The Unknown Ideal.
---My brief contribution.
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