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Sappho Clissitt
From: Norfolk, England
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Although I never met Jack the website is a wonderful and loving tribute to an extraordinary man. I very much hope to see CONTEMPT published soon - it deserves to be.
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Leora
From: New york
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E-mail: LeoraAM@aol.com
This book would bring awareness and light into a dirty and dark topic that plagues our world and it forces you to face this reality. The first baby step towards recovery. I do hope that this book receive the attention it deserves.
Please let me know when its published.
Leora
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Mary Dermody
From: Oakland, CA
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E-mail: maryderm@pacbell.net
Mary and Jen; thank you so much for creating this website about Jack. When I look at it I regret that I didn't get to spend much more time with all of you. I took Jack with me in my heart when I went to Ireland for my first visit last year. What a gift he left us when he finished his last book. I hope that the publishers have the vision to understand how important it is to all readers to have Jack's knowledge and insight available to all who continue to seek and learn.

Mary
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Lisa Palazzolo
From: New York City, originally...
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E-mail: lisa.palazzolo@juno.com
To The Holland Family:

My sincere condolences on your loss. Having read excerpts from the "Contempt" manuscript, my hope is that this work will be published and lead humanity closer to enlightenment.

All the best of good luck to you in this endeavor.

Sincerely,

Lisa Palazzolo
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Jennifer Worth
From: Brooklyn, New York
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E-mail: jennyrworth@yahoo.com
Dearest Mary and Jenny,

Tears come to my eyes when I browse this sensitive and thoughtfully conceived website in tribute to Jack. Such love and tenderness have gone into this really wonderful site. It is very attractive to look at, as well as extremely informative. One gains a real sense of who Jack was, both in his personal and professional life.

The excerpts from Jack's book on misogyny are truly illuminating! I want to read the entire book. I am convinced millions of other readers would feel the same given the chance. The book must be published and made available to a wide audience! The future of male/female relations depends on it.

With love, respect, and admiration for you both,
Jennifer
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Dan Barry
From: New York, NY
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E-mail: dabarry@nytimes.com

Jack was a brilliant journalist, and a generous mentor to many, including me. A great writer, a great scholar, a great raconteur, a great drinking companion -- and, above all that, a great, great man.
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Ladette Randolph
From: Lincoln, NE
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E-mail: lrandolph1@unl.edu
Jack Holland was exactly the right man to write this important history of contempt for women. I, like many others, am very anxious to see it published.
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gaya chiocchio
From: rome
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E-mail: laurapalmer@inwind.it
Hope the ones who didn't have the luck of knowing you, can still do it by your books..
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Gregg Lundahl
From: New York City
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E-mail: gregglund@aol.com
When we disempower women we disempower humanity. To say nothing of all the children who are being raised solely by their mothers.

Jack Holland demonstrated with us twice. He stood in front of the door to keep people from crossing the picket line. Thanks Jack! Silent decency with a pen. You left us too soon.

Warmest regards, Gregg Lundahl, Chapter Chair.
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Archie Roberts
From: Providence, RI
Website: http://www.thegestaltgroup.com
E-mail: aroberts@alum.mit.edu
A wonderful, touching tribute to a remarkable man. He is so deeply missed, by so many people, from so many places... Well done, you two.

And what better time for the world to receive the gift of his last book? With the political and social implications of misogyny on the global scene today, we're all needing a deeper understanding and critical analysis of it. No one else can bring to that task what Jack brought to it, with his historical perspective, keen intelligence, commanding grasp of political affairs, and unfailing instincts as a writer. I expect that the book will not only be a terrific read--as all his books are--but an important document as well. With any luck it will soon find its way into Ted Kennedy's and Hillary Clinton's hands. Maybe even Karl Rove's. Or the library in the house of Saud.
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