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One Man's Poison. . .

I grew up in a rather picturesque mill town in Upstate New York, many, many years before manufacturers had to think about environmental issues. The entire county was given over to one principal industry — the manufacture of leather gloves — and the numerous leather tanneries that supported this ...

Wars Are Awfully Expensive

As our nation winds down from two wars in the wake of 9/11, our military is faced with inevitable spending cuts, as our armed forces transition from a wartime to a peacetime footing. Fighting a war is awfully expensive, and our national economy's lackluster performance is just one of the more visible ...

 
 
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