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The War: Beware The Optimists

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By Hugh B. Price
President, National Urban League


Spring, with its eternal promise of happiness and renewal, has finally broken out here in the New York area.

The History of English (Part II)

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English, as a distinct spoken language, probably began early in the Christian era with the rude dialects of the Angles (from the Baltic Sea area), Saxons (modern Germany), Jutes, and Frisians.

Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood -- And Our’s

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By Hugh B. Price
President, National Urban League


The world lost a wonderful man recently. Mr. Rogers died.

Fred McFeely Rogers, the creator and host of “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood,” which aired on the Public Broadcasting Service network from 1968 to 2001, died February 27 in Pittsburgh, where he lived and where he had developed the show.

This is a Fine Mess You've Gotten Us Into, Mr. President

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By Rep. MAXINE WATERS

Let's face it. President George W. Bush has made a mess.

With trillions of dollars in tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans, he has squandered a multi-billion-dollar budget surplus and replaced it with a multi-trillion dollar deficit.

The History of English (Part I)

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English is the most widely spoken and written language in the history of our planet. Over half the world books, 75% of international mail, and one in every seven humans use English.

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