December 2015

Editor’s Page – December 2015

Editor’s Page By Alejandro Grattan-Dominguez For more editorials, visit: A CHRISTMAS THOUGHT: The Later Years —Delight Or Depression?     Your choice, but before you decide, consider this: there are certain parts of the brain that actually keep developing as we grow older—particularly if we give them plenty of exercise. Moreover, though we tend …

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Uncommon Common Sense – December 2015

Uncommon Common Sense By Bill Frayer The Individuation of Poverty     There is considerable talk these days about the growing income inequality in the world, particularly in the United States. The problem with this issue, for many people, especially those who are living in a comfortable retirement or who have decent jobs, is that …

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Chapultepec By Norman Zollinger Book Review by Alice Hathaway   My vague knowledge of Mexican history in the time of Maximilian has been greatly improved by reading Chapultepec, a recently published historical novel that puts fictional characters in the right place at the right time to interact with real people during critical events. What a …

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