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Reader: Social Security and Venezuela

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Metro Minutes Reader: Social Security and Venezuela By: Tam, 2005   Reader 1 THE REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN FOR SOCIAL SECURITY CONTINUES TO TAKE SHAPE AS NEBRASKA SENATOR CHUCK HAGEL SUGGESTS A RISE IN THE RETIREMENT AGE TO 68. SENATOR HAGEL SAYS … read more

It Ain’t Over Till the Fat Lady… Eats? Study On Diets and How They Coincide with Human Development

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IT AIN’T OVER TILL THE FAT LADY… EATS? Study On Diets and How They Coincide with Human Development By: Tam, 2005 An order of French fries, onion rings, one cheese-coated hamburger, a chili coated hot dog and two soft drinks, … read more

Outsourcing the Outlook

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Outsourcing the Outlook By: Tamara, 2004 No matter which way this year’s popular opinion swings, outsourcing stands constant on the shoulders of American’s unemployment woes. This year’s presidential candidacy has galvanized a prominently ignored issue putting it front and center … read more

Employment Status for Women and Minorities in Illinois

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Employment Status for Women and Minorities in Illinois By: Tam, 2004 Illinois residents hope for a more favorable employment rate as this year’s presidential election shifts into high gear. As the job market limps along, minorities and woman continue to get hit the … read more

Representing Chicago’s First Black Mayor

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Representing Chicago’s First Black Mayor By: Tam, 2005 Americans identify with Chicago as the city of giant shoulders and not so modestly, the city that works. Naturally, like any other prominent metropolitan area, a majority of Chicago was built on … read more

Body Worlds, Chicago

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Body Worlds, Chicago By: Tam, 2005 Bones, ligaments, hearts and lungs, are all exposed for your personal inspection at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. Plastinated human remains, which were voluntarily donated to this scientific cause, sit perfectly preserved on … read more