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Announcement of Latest Issue of The View from the Core

The View from the Core Volume 2.15, 12/16/02, is now available.

Front Page: Featured Webpages: 36 links posted, 8 new. Featured Websites: 134 links posted, 4 new.

Poetry: "Holy Places" (Herbert D. Gallaudet), "Now From the World the Light of God is Gone" (Robert Nathan), "Sonnet" (Francis Lyman Windolph), "Sad is Our Youth" (Aubrey Thomas de Vere), "The Inevitable" (Sarah Knowles Bolton).

Prose: "Adam Smith and Market-Based Order" (Arthur Herman).

Photography: September 11: The View From Space 4 of 6 (Images Courtesy Space Imaging):

Guest Column: "Holiday Shopping Advice for Men" (Bill Dunn).

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Mon. 12/16/02 01:11:25 PM
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