and like-minded postmodernists would be well advised, I think, to acknowledge that the future of the world's humanist movement is threatened--not made more secure or better able to meet its formidable competition for humankind's allegiance--by relinquishing humanism's unique, distinguishing, and perfectly sound claim to a foundation in science.
They were acting like typical kids - laughing, joking, talking to each other, listening to each other and responding appropriately,'' Clark
, armed with news of the French alliance, had won over French settlements in Illinois up and down the Mississippi the past summer, and had negotiated peace treaties with many Indian chieftains.
Back in New York, Clark
laid his pictures out on Gibson's floor and edited ruthlessly until the book, which he would call simply Tulsa, was lean, cinematic, and, in his words, "so pure and so real that it was OK to do it.
More parable than profile, Lewis sets out to explain how techno-geeks like Clark
irrevocably transformed the economy and in the process accumulated fantastic wealth.
What bothers her most, says Clark
, is that Pearce's lesbian attorney, Diane Goodman, cited homophobic court precedents to prevail over her, in effect arguing against the legitimacy of lesbian families.
, a part-time Burger King employee who first drew detectives' suspicions when they went to interview his sex-offender father, has pleaded not guilty and was being held in lieu of $5 million bail.
remained committed to integration, although he grew more pessimistic.
Since the time of the incident, police have discovered that Clark
had previously been in prison for child molestation, statutory rape, and forgery.
Displaying most of the images from Teenage Lust but none from 1992, Wallis lassoes Clark
into a pedigreed, Winograndesque corral rather than allowing his sexy, self-archiving tendencies free reign.
Many historians claim that there is na evidence that Lewis was gay It's true that Lewis never described Clark
in his journals as a total hottie, but his surviving letters and journals should trigger the gaydar of open-minded readers.
It is also clear that Betts engaged in a prodigious amount of research to portray York as an historical figure who contributed to the success of the Lewis and Clark