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Losing Ground in Higher Education is Unacceptable

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By Hugh B. Price
President, National Urban League


It’s fall, and, as usual, Saturdays in most parts of the land are filled with the pageantry of college football -- the thunderous cheers, or groans, arising from the stadium sandwiched between the tailgating parties before the game and the more sustained partying after the game.

Southern California Says: 'No War!'

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By Rep. Maxine Waters

For the past few months, there has been opinion poll after opinion poll on the issue of war against Iraq.

Children Can’t Vote, But You Can

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By Marian Wright Edelman

What am I missing here? The October 7th New York Times ran a front page article that said a majority of Americans believe President Bush and Congressional leaders are spending too much time studying war while neglecting problems at home.


Critical Thinking Concepts and Tools

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In olden days, suspected infidels paid for their sins through such tortures as by stretching in a framework called a rack.

Critical Thinking

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Critical Thinking, a modern term without specific meaning and a subdivision of rational thinking, implies a defensive self-protective way of thinking.

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