November 2002

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A King's Wish List

A King's Wish List

If I were king of Georgia with absolute power, governors would be allowed to serve only one four-year term, as in the pre-George Busbee era. With only one time at bat, the governor could carry out his agenda without having to cater to special interests and fret about re-election.

Published: November 2002
Looking For An Overhaul

Looking For An Overhaul

Inside Politics

A new state school superintendent and a new book on Horace Ward's attempt to integrate the UGA law school in the 1950s.

Published: November 2002
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Making Things Harder

Making Things Harder

Business Casual

When the Atlanta paper broke the story of the flap over a controversial issue of a student newspaper in a DeKalb County high school - students wrote stories critical of the new county school superintendent, and administrators responded by recalling copies not distributed - I reacted like the former high-school newspaper adviser that I am.

Published: November 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 But it has been replaced by a new threat, the war of religion.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.

Published: November 2002
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