December 2002

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Mandate to Deactivate

Mandate to Deactivate

No other governor-elect in modern history has been saddled with so many promises to undo so much.

Published: December 2002
Senate Switches Over

Senate Switches Over

Inside Politics

Perdue orchestrates a takeover, and feds' plan to "pool" power has Georgians worried.

Published: December 2002

Archive »Commentary

Too Much Information

Too Much Information

Business Casual

At a national magazine conference, an early-morning session featured an odd-couple pairing of speakers. The first was well-tanned and well-tailored with impeccably blown-dry hair; he was a marketing guru. The other was less polished, maybe even a little scruffy-looking; he was an editor.

Published: December 2002
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.

Published: December 2002

Archive »Downtime

The Spirit Of Christmas Present

Art of the Meal

The Ritz-Carlton's Dining Room is our choice for enabling the fantasy of a perfect holiday dinner, one in which sumptuous surroundings cosset you, like a gem in the satin folds of a Faberge egg. It's a leisurely repast that begins as you walk through the lobby, as Christmasy as the set of The Nutcracker Suite.

Published: December 2002
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