The Christian Science Monitor Weekly, October 29th, CAN EUROPE SAVE ITSELF? Beyond economic woes, a crisis over identity.
What ails Europe goes far deeper than economics. The problem- and its solution – cuts to the core of what Europe may or may not become. It is a crisis of identity and politics with social fallout and, to the dismay of many, the prospect of unintended consequences. By Robert Marquand
- US debit: Lessons from abroad. President Obama and Mitt Romney propose divergent solutions to help the nation’s economy. What does history say about the prospects for the success of either program?
- El Salvador’s gang truce. For decades, El Salvador has been convulsed by murder and violence, the result of a brutal gang war. Now, a government-brokered peace seems to be holding.
- ‘Rehab’ for Zoo Animals. John Bergmann runs Popcorn Park, a special zoo located in the Pinelands of southern New Jersey that provides a home to older, injured, exploited, and abused animals.
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