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  • 17 Feb 2010

    Page 99: Benign Bigotry

    The Page 99 Test features Kristin Anderson’s Benign Bigotry today, and that page finds Anderson in a discussion of criminality and blame — that is, a subtle form of prejudice assuming that good things happen to good people, and bad things to bad people.

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  • 11 Aug 2009

    Norwood gets the Page 99 Test

    Stephen Norwood applied the Page 99 Test to his The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower. It “focuses on Columbia University president Nicholas Murray Butler’s expulsion of Robert Burke for leading a student protest against his sending a delegate to Germany to celebrate Heidelberg University’s 550th anniversary, a carefully orchestrated Nazi propaganda festival.”

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  • 15 May 2009

    Page 99 Test: The Fisherman’s Cause

    America Reads applies the Page 99 Test to Christopher Magra’s The Fisherman’s Cause, an exploration of the relationship between commercial fishing and the American Revolution.

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  • 4 May 2009

    The Page 99 Test: Rachel Hope Cleves

    Rachel Hope Cleves applied the Page 99 Test to her book: The Reign of Terror in America. The test seeks to introduce a book by way of the 99th page, and Cleves doesn’t disappoint: P. 99 of The Reign of Terror in America begins with “rivers of blood” and the terrifying image of infants “carried […]

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