Tax Dollars at Work
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The Vindication of Roger Newton
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Ken GarberRoger Newton never claimed to be the smartest person in the room. "These guys are obviously a lot smarter in their specific areas than I am," he told the Observer in 1998, referring to his scientific colleagues at
Community Resource Guide
James M. Manheim, Cynthia Furlong Reynolds, Jan Schlain, Chuck WarpehoskiISSUU version
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