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That James Abram Garfield is one of America’s least remembered Presidents is something to lament in the light of the fact that the 20th man to hold office as such was manifestly a man of genuine decency, a true Christian gentleman. Read More
My work is also listed under a writer's name I used briefly, Patricia McGurk Martin. Patricia Louise McGurk is my name. Please contact me in the Herndon or Fairfax County of Northern Virginia where I remain "homeless", with very little money, and I am writing my book and collection of… Read More

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An assignment I had to complete for my world history class. Basically a modern version of the Declaration written much less politely. Read More

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When you’re crazy in love. Read More
The Democrats say they support democracy but look no further than the Democratic primary to see if their action matches their rhetoric. The answer is no. Read More
A small short story that comments on a bit of today's zeitgeist. Read More

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My opinion on Donald Trump. Read More
This is for my book I am writing, called "An American Carol", as well as "One Fine American Day", and/or "One Fine Day" Read More
This poem is about my early childhood when I was three years old. I remembered this poem while I was visiting fairly recently the San Francisco Embarcadero Pier area near Fisherman's Wharf. Read More
Do not use this book as a travel guide, or even as a loose reference leaflet, to any North American destination in my beautiful Canada or my good pal, the U.S.A. This book is more about my observations and the stuff we all saw and gossiped about on the way… Read More
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