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Appeared in: Volume 2, Number 4
Published on: March 1, 2007
Monopolizing History

How a Quaker lass invented the most famous board game in American history, and how a big, wolfish company came to own it.

David Parlett is a Quaker, a games inventor and author of The Oxford History of Board Games (1999).
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