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Broken Ranks

Karen Gentemann hardly looks like a revolutionary. She’s a middle-aged bureaucrat who wears light-blue suits and works out of a second-floor office of a drab brownish building at George Mason University in the bland expanse of suburban Fairfax, Virginia. Nor does Karen Gentemann act like a revolutionary. She’s friendly, warm, and matter-of-fact. But she has […]