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J.A. Rogers

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1 (of 3). Check out (some of) Corey Robin’s review of Daniel Rodgers’ Age of Fracture at Crooked Timber. Robin can only offer passages in the CT post because the review appeared in belongs to the London Review of Books. 2. Over at The Root, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., uses the pioneering black journalist Joel Augustus Rogers as a springboard to ponder the long history and diversity of the black community in the United States. The following two paragraphs, plus a sentence, from Gates’ piece impressed me the most: The more I research the history of African Americans’ ancestors in Read more