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Site History: November 30 through November 18, 2002

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  • Saturday, November 30, 2002

    • jcls1415.htm
      Moved critique of Anti-War Teach-In to separate file, with link on Week 15 issue.
    • siteadd.htm
    • softtargets01.htm
      Extending terrorism to the soft underbelly of places we feel safe.
    • softtargetsbk01.htm
      Backup of NYTimes article on soft targets and terrorism. Turns out this is a new concept we've got to learn.
    • teachin01.htm
      Comments and reactions from jeanne and all of us moved to this file from the main page of theis week's issue. There's a link on the main page of Week 15 - with the topic of the week picture.
    • tmplartbk.htm
    • .htm

  • Friday, November 29, 2002
  • Thursday, November 28, 2002
  • Sunday, November 24, 2002
  • Tuesday, November 19, 2002
  • Monday, November 18, 2002

      Susan, I'm back. Daily Site additions are here again.

    • chicago04.gif
      Painting for this week's topic on dumb questions.
    • default.htm
      Updated to Week of November 18.
    • dumbqs01.htm
      Dumb Questions
    • italy18406.gif
      jeanne's version of the children's school bags in Italy, as joyful memory.
    • jcls.htm
      Updated the archives to week 13.
    • jcls1413.htm
      Started the new issue. Topic for week "dumb questions," but it's us, not the kids who ask them. UWP students, I'm writing a file on dumb questions, but maybe you'd like to get some comments in - you don't need to wait for my file.
    • siteadd.htm
    • .htm


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