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January 2007 Business Casual

January 2007 Business Casual

Atlanta is leading the country in attracting hordes of well-educated 25- to 34-year-olds, a much-coveted group.

January 2007
Neely Young: Of Walls and Legacies

Neely Young: Of Walls and Legacies

As a result of the wall Perdue has built between himself and the media, very few members of the public will hear of the marvelous cultural change in state government. This is a wall Perdue could easily breach - to his benefit.

December 2006
Vacating the Stupid Zone

Vacating the Stupid Zone

Some of us are lucky enough to have colleagues who can provide a sounding board or offer counsel ranging from a simple, "Why?' to a more direct, "Are you out of your mind?"

December 2006
2006 Legal Elite

2006 Legal Elite

For the fourth year, Georgia Trend presents a roster of the state's Legal Elite - attorneys selected by their peers in 11 different practice areas.

December 2006

Leaders And Problem Solvers

On Jan. 1, 2007, only two of 10 Metro Atlanta counties - DeKalb and Cobb - will have a lleader who has served more than two years in office.

November 2006

It's Not World War III

The United States has successfully survived and thrived through 50 years in which enemies such as the Soviet Union and Communist China had nuclear weapons on a far greater scale than Iran and North Korea ever will.

November 2006
Right Here in Decatur

Right Here in Decatur

In the process of becoming a destination and a desirable place to live, Decatur has chosen to embrace diversity, maintain a good school system, do some serious civic planning and keep its downtown looking spiffy.

November 2006
A Whig Party Revival

A Whig Party Revival

Studies show that Americans in general are disappointed with both the Republican and Democratic Parties. Someone recently suggested that if the old Whig Party put up a candidate they might win.

November 2006
Bravo, Governor Perdue

Bravo, Governor Perdue

To those who say the governor is playing politics by waiting until his fourth year in office to focus on education, we say, "So what?" We just want it done.

October 2006
A 20th-Century Doomsday Book

A 20th-Century Doomsday Book

Limits to Growth is a small book with a giant idea — outlining a doomsday forecast for our planet.

October 2006
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