Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

Bottoms Up
by multiple authors

Bottoms Up
by multiple authors

(stagnation + inflation) when inflation is high, the economic growth rate slows, and unemployment remains steadily high

34

The sun of Reaganomics--which saw in the unfettered market the answer to the political, economic, and cultural stagflation of the 1970s--no longer warms the lower orders of the right.

Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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The sun of Reaganomics--which saw in the unfettered market the answer to the political, economic, and cultural stagflation of the 1970s--no longer warms the lower orders of the right.

—p.34 Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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(adjective) requiring immediate aid or action / (adjective) requiring or calling for much; demanding

35

If it's a little money, the dream must not be fervently felt. If it's a lot of money, the dream is exigent.

Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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If it's a little money, the dream must not be fervently felt. If it's a lot of money, the dream is exigent.

—p.35 Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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(adjective) tending to break up into parts; divisive

41

the fissiparous nature of American institutions has helped stop Trump

Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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the fissiparous nature of American institutions has helped stop Trump

—p.41 Triumph of the Shill (31) missing author
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(noun) a falling off or away; deterioration / (noun) descent slope

176

the land is constantly remade, changing its name like a noun going through successive declensions

On Nature Writing (170) missing author
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the land is constantly remade, changing its name like a noun going through successive declensions

—p.176 On Nature Writing (170) missing author
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(noun) historically, a high government bureaucrat of the Chinese Empire OR a pedantic or elitist bureaucrat OR senior person of influence in academia or literary circles / (adj) deliberately superior or complex; esoteric, highbrow, obscurantist

186

having culminated in the production of generations of left mandarins without the sophistication (or cultural capital) that the epithet mandarin once connoted

On Literary Studies (179) default author
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having culminated in the production of generations of left mandarins without the sophistication (or cultural capital) that the epithet mandarin once connoted

—p.186 On Literary Studies (179) default author
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