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Chris Barton writes about Chris Barton's writing ... and other, more fascinating elements of the world of children's book publishing.
1. “When every man, woman, and child can feel and know…”

“[W]hen every man, woman, and child can feel and know that his, her, and their rights are fully protected by the strong arm of a generous and grateful Republic, then we can all truthfully say that this beautiful land of ours, over which the Star Spangled Banner so triumphantly waves, is, in truth and in […]

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