This Will Never Happen Again

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The human being is a delicate creature, and the modern world handles us harshly. This Will Never Happen Again is a collection of David Cain’s essays and reflections on what each of us can do in our own private, first-person experience to create personal stability and meaning in a world for which we are now poorly adapted.
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Aug 5, 2013
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