June 8, 1983
Vol. 02, Issue 37
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
I guess I'm just a hopelessly frivolous person. Here I sit puffing on my hookah while the media bleat about the plague of a teacher shortage that's about to smite our public schools, and all I can think about is Edward Young.
PAGE 24 - Commentary
Virtually every industrial country is now burdened with unprecedented rates of unemployment, especially among young people. In our country, the affliction appeared earlier than elsewhere.
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