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Most of these essays and articles appeared over a twenty-five year span in one or another of the publications put out by Regular Baptist Press. The political commentaries were first published by Northwest Conservative, a monthly journal, or by The Statesman Journal, Salem’s daily newspaper, which also published the original, shorter version of “The Tyler Principle.” Writing is a curious enterprise. In order to offer public discourse we shut ourselves away and refuse to answer phones and doorbells. In order to say something to people we will never meet we discourage, for a time, conversation with our spouses and friends. I’m especially grateful for the patience and encouragement of Bonnie, the resident extrovert, who has learned to live with the ruminative silences of a husband who spends a lot of time with the printed page. --Jim Hills
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Jim Hills is Professor of Humanities at Corban University in Salem, Oregon. He began his teaching career in Southern California, but was drawn to the Pacific Northwest in 1973 by clean air, green mountains, and people who would rather fish than work overtime. He has taught at Corban ever since.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1511544430