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New TerminologyYour EDI Exchange column of Jan. 7 stating the 10 things I thoug
The United States is now Uruguay's second largest trading partner, but growing world protectionism a
James Joyce was 25 years old and grubbing for pennies as a Berlitz language teacher in Trieste when
IT'S ALL OVER but the formal vote: With President Reagan's endorsement finally in hand, the director
THE GOOD NEWS is that the European Community managed to get through last weekend's crucial meeting o
At the dawn of the 1988 presidential campaign, the crash of stock markets worldwide is a grim remind
This city's chief industry is the creation of policies and programs for the rest of the nation. Occa
Millions of older Americans will soon be forced to pay more for their Medicare benefits when Congres
TESTING FOR DRUGS is one of the more abused personnel practices today. By holding that the governmen
AFTER BARELY TWO MONTHS in charge of the Department of Transportation, Secretary James Burnley has a
The U.S. economy seems to be teetering on the brink of a consumer-led recession. Elsewhere in the wo
Even American Indian tribes are protesting the U.S.-Canadian trade accord.

A Denver-based co
Although it was the fiasco of the Seabrook nuclear plant that forced the Public Service Co. of New H
LOST AMID THE NEW HAMPSHIRE hubbub and the anticipation of Super Tuesday is an election this week th