May 30, 1990
Vol. 09, Issue 36
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PAGE 21 - Commentary
Imagine the following scene: A teacher stands at the blackboard, once more explaining the details of long division to her class. Suddenly, there is a violent shaking.
PAGE 32 - Commentary
A program of national service has long been a dream of American philosophers and politicians.
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