By the late 1980s, Mr. Chagnon was under siege, not just intellectually but personally. Opponents leveled ever-increasing charges of racism, data-faking, brutality toward the Yanomamö (such as taking their names) and even complicity in genocide.
Credit Error? It Pays to Be on V.I.P. List
By TARA SIEGEL BERNARD
The major credit bureaus keep a V.I.P. list of boldface names, consumer lawyers say, and those people get special help in fixing mistakes on their credit reports.
Brian Reade's anthology of Victorian gay writing Sexual Heretics, published in 1970, was one of the first books to explore the territory that Robb now covers. In the wake of changes in British sexual offences law, and in a time of rapidly evolving attitudes to sexuality, it offered a novel picture of an earlier culture coming to terms with similar doubts and self-doubts about an almost unnameable idea.
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