Archive of: Neely Young

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Liquid Assets

Liquid Assets

Conventional wisdom says the Atlanta region is using up all of Georgia's water. Yet the problem is far more complex.

December 2002
War and Religion

War and Religion

Communism is gone, as a source of war. But it has been replaced by a new threat, the war of religion. The current holy war, or jihad, being waged among the people of Islam, Judaism and Christianity is a conflict among cousins.

November 2002
Ten Things You Should Do

Ten Things You Should Do

Dr. Tom Caras of Marietta has a saying; "They don't build pockets on coffins" — meaning if you have worked 50 to 60 hours a week most of your career, it's time to take the next few years to enjoy life.

October 2002
I Have Paid My Share

I Have Paid My Share

I found my grandfather's individual tax return in some papers in an old trunk and wrote a letter on his behalf, based on family stories.

September 2002
Unfair Stories on Hasty Family

Unfair Stories on Hasty Family

August 2002
A City That Works

A City That Works

Chicago works because of its mayor. The city preached this message to 90 leaders from the Atlanta region during their recent annual LINK visit. LINK, which stands for "Leadership, Innovation, Networking, and Knowledge," is sponsored by the Atlanta Regional Commission and other regional organizations. There was a lot of networking and leadership on the trip — and some blood on the floor. More on that later.

July 2002
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