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Two Towns Try to Bridge a Recession – S.I. Hayakawa


Long ago when I was beginning to learn to think, someone suggested that I should read “Language in Thought and Action,” by S I Hayakawa.  Someone suggested if I learned anything from it I might get a good grade.  She … Continue reading

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Joy, Joy, Joy, It’s Raining M*


The Drought Is Over (at Least for C.E.O.’s) It’s clear that some men are smarter than others.  When I went to school you could tell who they were.  Some were quiet, some were bold.  I could tell they were better … Continue reading

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