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Honoring Doris Lessing

A Bill Moyers essay on recent Nobel Prize in Literature recipient, Doris Lessing.. For more on Ms. Lessing, click here.

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Thank you, Ms. Lessing, for wondering why we are surprised when people behave badly, especially those with power. You made me feel better--I stopped being surprised some time ago and thought perhaps I had lost something.

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