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CONGRESSMEN SPEND a lot of time griping about other nations' non-tariff

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IT'S HARD TO GO FAR in any major city without running into the homeless. Train stations and bus term
Time to Point Finger

At CanadaI noted in your Aug. 12 issue some comments made by Leonard H.
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