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An old beginning

President Obama gave quite a speech in Cairo today. Running nearly an hour, it was an extremely ambitious attempt to identify difficulties plaguing the relationship between the U.S. and Muslims, and to begin to frame some solutions. It was a … Continue reading

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In Tom’s town

Hello from Charlottesville, Virginia. I’m taking a few days off from the travel whirlwind to visit with relatives, including my aunt who is a bit of a cooperative spirit. She was a co-founder of the McGuffey Art Center, which converted … Continue reading

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Dr. King and cooperatives

This is a particularly poignant Martin Luther King Jr. Day, coming one day before an African American breaks through the highest single racial limitation in the U.S. King’s dream will make a leap towards reality tomorrow, and this is a … Continue reading

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