The Christian Science Monitor Weekly – September 9, 2013 Lessons from the Great Recession
Five years after the worst financial meltdown since the 1930’s, the United States and other nations are still struggling with recovery and grappling with how to prevent a similar crisis from happening in the future. What have we learned? By Mark Trumbull
INSIDE this week’s Monitor:
· Can diplomacy save Syria?
· China’s new Africa aims
· ‘Obamacare’: Who’s not buying”
· Setback for US nuclear
· A plan to cut college costs
· Difference-makers – A Business of Her Own
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The Christian Science Monitor is also available to read for free in our comfortable chairs, as are many other inspirational magazines. The Lending Library has Bibles, biographies of Mary Baker Eddy and her major work, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, a book that will change your life.
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www.jsh-online.com helpful articles and more on your spiritual journey
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