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A Great and Terrible Beauty Book Review

At Spence Academy, Gemma learns that life exists beyond our world, life in a magical realm. Don’t miss A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray. ... read more

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Very Serious Children Book Review

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Graceling Book Review

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book Review

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Coraline Graphic Novel Review

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Would You Rather...? For Kids! :: Book Review

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Bakugan Battle Brawlers:: The Battle Begins! Graphic Novel Review

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Evernight Book Review

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Double Identity Book Review

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The Book of Time Book Review

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Persistence of Memory Book Review

Bestselling author Amelia Atwater-Rhodes returns to the dangerous world of vampires in her latest teen novel, Persistence of Memory. With witches, sha... read more

The Tales of Beedle the Bard Book Review

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One False Note Book Review

The second book in The 39 Clues series is here! Amy and Dan travel to Vienna and Venice in search of their second clue. But dangers lurk in every corn... read more

Dancing Through the Snow Book Review

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"Myshkin" wrote: I am well aware of this, read my posts again, and not so literally How non-literal was your post? A single dictator is a dictatorship, that's just a fact.    "Myshkin" wrote: Again, what? Having the ability to gain power and maintain power are two completely separate things. If the people are sufficiently unhappy with your rule there are going to be attempts on your life and they are likely to eventually succeed. This makes sense in theory, but again history denies you. The people have been very unhappy, and their government has remained in power. Most always, the people collectively go through a period of change which compels them to act against their government.... And that's called... wait for it..... Culture shift!   "Myshkin" wrote: Great, you've got a couple thousand additional years of history to look at, get going  I'm just giving notable examples of well known dictators who defy your view. You think a single person can get things going because no matter what he does, it'll get done. You think that if what he does is unfavorable, the people will revolt. But yet your reason for putting a single person at the forefront in the first place is to circumvent the people, who you see as stagnating the governmental process. You're wanting to have your cake and eat it too. 
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