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The Commonwealth:

The Commonwealth August/September 2015

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Commonwealth Magazine
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
56 pages Saddle-stitched
barney frank, david brooks, judy blume, molly ringwald, politics

Beloved—and controversial—author Judy Blume sits down with beloved actor Molly Ringwald for a discussion about literature, parenting, and fame. Also this issue: Dr. Larry Gerston explains why people need to get more involved in running the country, author Jane Smiley discusses her books, Barney Frank explains why the Tea Party is more effective than the Occupy movement, David Brooks talks about character, and more.

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