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Articles from For A Change (December 1, 2004)

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1.2 billion relatives in China: a friendly child gives Tom Duncan the courage to climb China's contemporary Great Wall. Duncan, Tom 1145
A serious guide to remaking the world. Brown, Jean 502
Attention! Fleischer, Jessica Brief Article 154
Born-again crops give hope to Zimbabwean farmers: Ian Robertson and his colleagues have found a way to free staple crops from viruses, with dramatic results for their growers. Smith, Michael 979
Close to my roots. Fleischer, Jessica 178
Discover the other: tolerance is not enough to bridge the world's differences, writes Mike Lowe. We need to engage. Lowe, Mike 1243
Diversity a matchless plus: when racial segregration came under attack in the 1950s, Bob Webb defended it in his columns and editorials. But he came to see things differently. Webb, Bob 631
Downscaling. Fleischer, Jessica 217
Eco-savvy village shows the way. Kuruganti, Kavitha 625
How far has equality come since Brown? Fifty years after a schoolgirl's bid for equal education launched the Civil Rights struggle in the US, Hannibal B Johnson takes stock. Johnson, Hannibal B. 2313
If every child were my child. Corcoran, Rob Column 881
Loans on a knife-edge. Calkin, Sarah 681
Muslim-Christian dialogues. Thwaites, Peter Brief Article 256
No soft option. Noble, Kenneth Editorial 388
Scholarships after riots. Khatri, Suresh Brief Article 170
Scrap farming subsidies, say business leaders. Smith, Michael Brief Article 156
Solomon Islands police seminar. Lowe, Mike Brief Article 210
Still learning from Mother Earth: William Commanda, an aboriginal North American chief, survived cancer and alcoholism to pioneer the idea of a 'Circle of Nations'. Heald, Henry F. 1196
The book that chose me: an ancient book about war gives Dalia Braverman practical hints on living today. Book Review 635
The truth at any cost: Phyllis Cameron-Johnson tells Paul Williams how paying a train fare, meeting Navajo visitors to her school and a canoeing accident shaped her life. Williams, Paul Interview 1021
What have you gained from losing? Klapperich, Lloyd Letter to the Editor 465
Why Lola is growing up rich. Henderson, Michael Column 671

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