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Xenophobia – can we get rid of it? Can we understand it in Arizona?
Posted on April 3, 2012 by Joan E. Strassmann
What kind of meeting do you like best, the kind where everyone has the same background you do, or the kind where there are people of different backgrounds? If the meeting is too large, there will be a natural tendency … Continue reading →
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