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New Oxford Notes: December 2001

Immigrants: America's Hope? (Part II)

The benefits of living in a multi-generational "sandwich home" are manifold.

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Trash Talk

You have your pet peeves and we have ours. One of ours is the local recycling program.

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The Alchemy of Consumption

Go out and buy something — it's your patriotic duty!

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Panic Strikes

The ten things you can't say in America

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