Ask Marilyn

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St. Martin's Press, 1994 - Reference - 333 pages
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Over the years, one of "Ask Marilyn"'s most-asked questions (aside from "Why don't you run for president?") has been, "Have you published a collection of your columns?" Now, St. Martin's Press presents Ask Marilyn to longtime fans and new readers alike. From the outer reaches of the solar system to the inner workings of the human soul, to the telephone company's policy on unlisted numbers, there is no limit to what people want to know. Among some of the questions included in this volume are: is world peace possible? Why are the best-tasting foods actually the worst for us? Is it true that there are no two snowflakes exactly alike? Will we ever find a way to neutralize nuclear waste? Do you believe that we are the masters of our own fate? Why is glass clear? Is morality universal or relative to the individual? Which is safer to play, the stock market or casinos? Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Will a computer ever be the world chess champion?

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About the author (1994)

Marilyn vos Savant is listed in "The Guinness book of World Records" as having the highest recorded IQ. Her "Ask Marilyn" column in "Parade" is read by more than 80 million people. She lives in New York City.

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