The Difference That Makes A Difference That Peirce Makes : 3

It was fifty years ago this month that I first came North to Michigan, prospecting for a college to enter in the Fall.  I reached East Lansing in the middle of what would later be regaled as the Blizzard of ’67 and spiting all that various twists of fate led me to enroll the next Summer Term at Michigan State.

To be continued …

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