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In the past few centuries there have been a handful of books written that offer up ideas about humanity that are so completely new to a reader but are so completely convincing that they can force a reader to take a step back and assess all that they know to be true about their life and their purpose. Daniel Quinn has succeeded in creating such a book in Ishmael, a collection
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this.” But then I reflect on our Peace Studies class, which I anticipated to be a coming together of open minds to explore new ways of creating and maintaining peace, and see how far off we are from looking beyond ourselves. We still think that we can fix the world if we work harder at what were doing, even though the work were doing has only brought us closer to what were trying to avoid.