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First Monday Book Day: Shape Up, America

So, I didn't get much reading done this month either. And I'm currently back in the Motherland ("Hi, guys! Sure hope I can slip out for a Surly with y'all!"), ensconced with brotherS and sisterinlawS, preparing to deposit The Boy at the Alma Mater. Which means that this post was actually written some time ago.

Just in time to see this cool, new link to the Library of Congress's new exibition, Books That Shaped America.

So rather than talk about a book o' the month, I'm going to play the list game.

The list ranges from 1750 to the present (no shining city upon a hill stuff here people!)
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