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WAPO: Free lending libraries sprouting on front lawns in D.C. area help create neighborhood bonds

One could take a plastic “milk crate” or two and put them on stakes driven into the front yard lawn. Maybe put some plastic around them to protect from rain and snow. ~Via By Robert Samuels, Published: September 20 E-mail the writer Philip Vahab … Continue reading

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This article in the New York Times can serve as a foundation for analysis of a broad range of socioeconomic issues and policies. ~Via http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/09/10/can-the-government-actually-do-anything-about-inequality/?nl=opinion&emc=edit_ty_20130911&_r=0 THOMAS B. EDSALL September 10, 2013, 11:22 pm 469 Comments Can the Government Actually Do Anything … Continue reading

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