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What is Georgia?

What is Georgia?

The state that's preparing a warm welcome for visitors to June's G-8 Summit bears the imprint of all the countries that have helped populate it.

April 2003
Serving Cedartown

Serving Cedartown

A merchant farmer and his small-town hardware store provide a lesson in economics.

April 2003
Balancing Act

Balancing Act

On that television staple of my childhood, "The Ed Sullivan Show," there seemed to be an endless supply of acts featuring old vaudeville guys who kept a series of plates spinning on the ends of long sticks.

April 2003
Women At Work

Women At Work

We lived in Atlanta's Inman Park during the height of the "Presidential Parkway" protests in the early 1980s.

March 2003
The Worst and the Best

The Worst and the Best

One economist predicts Atlanta may soon look like Newark, but others are a bit more hopeful.

March 2003
Georgia Not 50th on SAT

Georgia Not 50th on SAT

Georgia could not be 50th in the SAT rankings because only 23 states use the SAT as their standard test.

March 2003
Sticks and Stones

Sticks and Stones

Once, at another job, in another state, a co-worker who was struggling to meet a deadline asked if I could "send that little black girl over" to help in his office.

February 2003
The Path to Excellence

The Path to Excellence

Good communities share common themes and employ common strategies: the top 10 tools for community revitalization.

February 2003
Minding Your Manners

Minding Your Manners

No doubt your mother raised you, as mine did me, to be polite, courteous and considerate, and to observe a few basic, but non-negotiable, rules of etiquette.

January 2003
Giants of an Era

Giants of an Era

Gene Patterson's columns, written during the turbulent '60s, were an eloquent plea to the common man.

January 2003
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