Politics Gift Guide

For the person who has everything but still could use another thing

Politics Gift Guide

Molly on Fun T-Shirt

"We have to have fun while trying to stave off the forces of darkness because we hardly ever win, so it's the only fun we get to have." – Molly Ivins, The Nation, Nov. 17, 2003

If there's a writer, a reader, a feminist, or an Austinite on your list – that is, everybody reading this – you can't go wrong with a Molly Ivins T-shirt from The Nation magazine. And if you need more shirts to go around, there's Kurt Vonnegut, James Bald­win, or W.E.B. Dubois. All are available through the Nationmart (www.upgnation.com), along with a whole slew of other stuff designed to get your solidarity burning and your marching shoes ready to rock. As Ivins used to say about fighting the good fight, "Tell 'em how much fun it was!" And you can do so with these gifts that keep on giving 'em hell!

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