Ms. Stryker surely has an FBI/CIA/NSA file as thick as a Beijing phone book, and from the perspective of the 1%, deservedly so, which makes her a true modern day heroine in my eyes. Her life story is one of the most fascinating, adventurous, rebellious and romantic ones that I’ve ever vicariously experienced, reading her autobiography Lunch with Fellini, Dinner with Fidel, and one that I will not soon forget.
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|By: Ruth Calvo Saturday August 6, 2011 5:00 am|
This being the last month of summer, for which those of us suffering under the Heat Dome are very grateful, did you do any traveling during the vacation? As some of you already know, I’m going for a trip in the fall, and mostly stayed home for the summer, which was not a great choice. It’s been insufferable, and all my work projects outside had to be cancelled along with my lawn.
|By: Jeremi Suri Sunday April 25, 2010 2:00 pm|
[Welcome authors, Campbell Craig and Fred Logevall, Hosted by Jeremi Suri] [As a courtesy to our guests, please keep comments to the book. Please take other conversations to a previous thread. - bev] Craig and Logevall, America’s Cold War America’s Cold War is a powerful and provocative book written by two very talented historians. Campbell [...]