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Posted 19 February 2003, 12.21 am by Unforgiven

Writings/Speeches by Daniel Quinn, Sine I know a few grinders at least have read his work, and a good thing for someone interested in his work, but doesn't want to invest the time into a book. Whether or not you agree with him, it's interesting.

Rudi
on 10 April 2003, 8.26 pm
It's well worth it investing some time into at least one of his books ... before reading all the speaches etc.

Rudi aka The Green Mamba
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