Quite an interview: a talk with Judy Stone - Page 2

The respected journalist dishes her views on film, books, and imbeciles
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"I still feel that way," she says now. "Feel what way?" I ask. "Feel what way?" she repeats, pausing to help me understand. "This man despised me because I was an American." "So you felt despised?" To which she replies, "Don't you?" (Sara Schieron)

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