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Charles Murray is certainly a controversial author. While some may not agree with his conclusions, the statistics cited in this book are disturbing. He makes the case that our society is being divided between an educated upper class and a non-educated lower class and it is becoming increasingly difficult to bridge that divide. The divide is becoming not just one of financial means and education but also one of values and culture. This book should be a must read for every elected official in the nation - particularly those that go to Washington.
The main characters are all fleshed out, and the fleet has found/been given a home. Looks like a short pause is due, before the final and defining action for the future of the MWG. Great wide screen space opera.
It was never used simply because I was not aware of the high potency vitamin B complex that it contains - it sits in
These knives are quite nice for the price. Sure, they are not the quality of a Henckel's professional set, but what do you people expect for less than $50?