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Articles from The New American (June 27, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
"Solving" the recruitment problem. 350
"Three-fifths of a man". Hoar, William P. 650
"Trade" and foreign aid. 324
Alert for trouble. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 259
Blood money on the border. Brief Article 241
Braddock's inspiring triumph: when Americans had been knocked flat by the Depression, the improbable triumph of underdog heavyweight James J. Braddock, the Cinderella Man, offered our nation hope. Grigg, William Norman Biography 2918
Bush backers admit: CAFTA not a free trade pact. 344
Do it yourself. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 102
Doctors bring hope to Indonesian girl. Mass, Warren 382
From one wolf to another. Jasper, William F. 863
Full of beans. Hoar, William P. 748
Geography: don't leave home without it! Mass, Warren Brief Article 263
Global parts. Allen, David Letter to the Editor 143
Man gives life for another. Mass, Warren Brief Article 134
Nuclear benefits? Garfield, Earl Letter to the Editor 104
Republican presidents more harmful: a Republican president can often enact a more liberal agenda than a Democrat could because many Republicans in Congress are more loyal to party than to principle. McManus, John F. 1188
Restrained. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 238
Same plan. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 146
Social Security questions. Ward, Richard Letter to the Editor 94
Tattooed intruder. Williamsen, Kurt Brief Article 206
Their sacred honor: every signer of the Declaration of Independence pledged his life, fortune, and sacred honor. Many sacrificed greatly to fulfill this oath. If their legacy is to live on, we must do the same. Drummey, James J. 3889
UN as a providential instrument? 418
Understanding money. Van Buren, Weston I. Letter to the Editor 302
Utah bucks "No Child Left Behind": Utah has passed legislation to maintain its constitutional primacy over the federal government in the education of that state's children. Gilmore, Jodie 1677
Voters reject EU Constitution: the European Union's governing elite are stunned by French and Dutch voters' rejection of the EU Constitution, but refuse to give up their globalist schemes. Jasper, William F. Cover Story 3527
Watergate & the weather underground: former FBI second-in-command Mark Felt, aka Watergate's "Deep Throat," was an opponent of both presidential corruption and domestic terrorism. Grigg, William Norman 1577
Who is the enemy? Brief Article 269

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