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By Betsy and Hal Hartzell
Special to The Chronicle 

Thoughts from the desk at Kalapuya Books…


August 29, 2019

Toni Morrison, in her Nobel acceptance speech said, “We die. That may be the meaning of life. But we do language. That may be the measure of our lives.” Language is what inhabits Kalapuya – words to inspire change in the world, bound in books.

In this book, “Here on the Edge,” Eugene historian Steve McQuiddy stimulates thoughts about what it means to take an unpopular stand, based on conscience, and how that act of personal integrity carried forward to broaden its impact. Key members of the Waldport CPS (Civilian Public Service) camp – a forest service camp for conscientious obj...

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