Fisher, E. P.
June 2012
Blue Collar Review;Summer2012, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p62
The article presents a quotation from Indian author Arundhati Roy about a strategy against empire and an untitled poem by Pearl McGaha. First Line: We're going to the polls next week; Last Line: we were screaming in the street.


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