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Of course I'm for monogamy : I'm also for everlasting peace and an end to taxes

Author: Marilyn Vos Savant
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Like a triumphant soldier emerging from the battlefield bloody but unbowed, Marilyn vos Savant comes up for a gasp of celebratory air after ten years in the "Ask Marilyn" trenches. And what a decade it's been! Now, after 423,604 letters, 520 columns, and 148 marriage proposals, vos Savant shares with us the best of, the worst of, the most challenging of, and the funniest of what Americans love to read every Sunday
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn Vos Savant
ISBN: 0312146930 9780312146931
OCLC Number: 34598227
Description: ix, 210 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Other Titles: Of course I am for monogamy
Responsibility: Marilyn vos Savant.

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Like a triumphant soldier emerging from the battlefield bloody but unbowed, Marilyn vos Savant comes up for a gasp of celebratory air after ten years in the "Ask Marilyn" trenches. And what a decade it's been! Now, after 423,604 letters, 520 columns, and 148 marriage proposals, vos Savant shares with us the best of, the worst of, the most challenging of, and the funniest of what Americans love to read every Sunday morning over blueberry pancakes and hazelnut coffee, with.

Loads of new questions and answers to boot. Covering everything from government to games, mysticism to math, and logic to lotteries, Marilyn vos Savant tackles it all with her characteristic grace and insight. Of Course I'm for Monogamy is a ten-year celebration of what Marilyn does better than anyone else, and in delivering to her legions of fans what they should know if they consider themselves educated or even brilliant, vos Savant has indeed become a venerable.

American institution - a writer who has opened the American mind, made the road more traveled, cajoled folks through the power of logical thinking, and won armies of fans while influencing not a small number of people.

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