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Candorville by Darrin Bell for November 14, 2019

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    BE THIS GUY Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Boys don’t keep journals. That’s what girls do!

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    boydpercy Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Like most hard-headed men, he didn’t bother listening to a smart woman who tried to give him some good advice. Too many husbands have learned that wives don’t forget dumb things that they do, even twenty years afterwards. And I know, Susan is not his wife but she would make a good one.

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    Concretionist  about 1 year ago

    This strip is good, but it’s better in the context of yesterday’s.

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    AlanM  about 1 year ago

    Actually, that plot line was, sort of, done decades ago in a book titled “White Lotus” by John Hersey.

    First published in 1965, John Hersey’s “White Lotus” is an examination of race relations. It came at the right time. With the Civil Rights movement and revelations into white America’s historic treatment of Native Americans, Hersey flips the cards.

    In the novel, white Americans had become enslaved by the Chinese. We become the subservient race. The story follows a young Arizona girl renamed White Lotus.

    I have a copy on my bookshelf.

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    Egrayjames  about 1 year ago

    Wasn’t there a television show a number of years back that portrayed America as if the South had won the Civil War?

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    csandyg  about 1 year ago

    Robert Heinlein, one of the most famous Sci-Fi authors of the late 20th Century, wrote that exact book in the early 60’s.

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    mourdac Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Robert Heinlein “Farnham’s Freehold”. Not a favorite.

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    evilsofa  about 1 year ago

    Daniel Goldman: (08:31)Now Ambassador Taylor, you in your opening statement, you outlined a very detailed timeline and in fact we have a written copy here and you included some phrases and words in quotations. Did you take notes of this conversation on September 1st with Ambassador Sondland?

    Bill Taylor: (08:50)I did.

    Daniel Goldman: (08:51)Did you take notes related to most of the conversations, if not all of them, that you recited in your opening statement?

    Bill Taylor: (08:57)All of them, Mr. Goldman.

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    Tempest  about 1 year ago

    I forget the title but I remember reading a Robert Heinlein book where the black race is dominant and the whites considered the inferiors.

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    bakana  about 1 year ago

    She DID keep a meticulous Journal. That’s how She remembers all this.

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    Benwood43  about 1 year ago

    It’s been done! Farnham’s Freehold, Robert Heinlein over 50 years ago. Thanks Ben Wood

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    david_42  about 1 year ago

    There is also a post-nuclear war book where the southern continents get off “easy” and blacks take over. All other races are basically farm animals.

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    Bradley Walker  about 1 year ago

    Late 60s, early 70s, I saw a glossy mag cartoon about supposed new TV shows, one of which was called “Blacklash” and depicted blacks owning white slaves — only this wasn’t an alternate history but a secluded group with their own style of reparations. The Uncle Tom figure was played by Walter Brennan. “I ain’t never had no prejudices, Massa.”

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    Night-Gaunt49  about 1 year ago

    The is the Domination of the Draka series plus 2 other books by J.D. Sterling and are very controversial on a slaver empire starting from S. Africa to dominate the world.

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    Andylit Premium Member about 1 year ago

    Its called Farnham’s Freehold. It was written by Robert Heinlein in 1964.

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    Nicole  Premium Member about 1 year ago

    I know the feeling of an unwritten book. My mom is an amateur writer and started writing a zombie-inspired novel. She let me read a few chapters and I really got into it….then she stopped writing. I was so invested in the characters and plot but I may never get to read the rest. :(

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    David Huie Green-What can it hurt?(last words)  about 1 year ago

    Heinlein’s farnam’s freehold comes close.

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