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Staying alive

“The crisis of the euro is over. Crisis in the euro is strong.” Thus said a senior French politician. A looming collapse in Cyprus, which Eurozone leaders would have discussed at the summit dinner of the European Union in Brussels on March 14-15, may yet prove him wrong. My hunch, though, is that he is probably right, at least for a year or two ...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Cruel treatment
Sir — I was taking an evening walk with my wife and our Labrador in Salt Lake recently. The weather ...  | Read.. 
 
Wonder years
Sir — I lived out my teenage years and my early youth in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Adheesha S ...  | Read.. 
 
Parting shot
Sir — The number of coconut pickers in India is dwindling. The government in Kerala had even offere ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

GRAND FOLLY

this one brings together artists who create motion graphics, mainly for advertisements, films and comics. The other more fam...   | Read..
 

DRESS NONSENSE

There is no easier way to prove superior morality than by lecturing women about their clothes. Immodest clothes are often bla...   | Read..
 
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Rational Answer
Why did George W. Bush choose 19 March, 2003, to invade Iraq, rather than some day in May, or July, or never? Because he was ...  | Read.. 
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