10 January 1997 IMAGES, AS WELL AS WORDS, MAY HELP UNITE people or incite them to act, but words are less ambiguous in transmitting complicated ideas. In a world so marked by the immediacy of television and newspaper reporting, books draw us into issues that entail perspective and reflection – qualities that are quite necessary […]

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