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New Oxford Notes: June 2006

Back in the U.S.S.R.

President Bush is worried that Vladimir Putin is heading toward an authoritarian regime: Moscow has banned a 'Gay Pride' parade -- very un-democratic.

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"Buying Things to Get Attention, to Have People Notice Me"

Thomas Monaghan and his Giant Businessman partners are a bit confused about what exactly Ave Maria Town is going to be: a Catholic town or a place where homosexuals, agnostics, and atheists will be comfortable?

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