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NYT Fiction — 4 Comments

  1. Should the “40%” in 4 paragraph from the bottom: “About 40% of crime guns come from ” actually be 80%?

  2. Actually, a minimum of 40% come from completely underground sources. Another 38% come from source of questionable legality, but for which there is no definitive criminal intent.

  3. Can you point me to some good sources for studying propaganda? I’m familiar with some of the various “Lie of XXXXX” that you mention, but have never found a single source where they could be studied as a coherent branch of sociology. A quick post to me e-mail would word wonders. Thank you in advance.

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