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Have Fun With A Dental Trip Of Mexico

dtofmcoOne of the best reasons to get dental work in Mexico is the cheap or low cost of living. There are many things to do in Mexico. There are a lot of fun and places in Mexico. Besides that, you will find a lot of places for recreational purposes in Mexico. So that is included in the reasons to get dental work in Mexico that make the people to get the dental services from here. Here you can come and you will not only get the cheap dental work but you can also make your trip memorable by visiting the city in spare time. You will be charged only few dollars …

High And Low: A Review

mahnlHERE IN New York few critics if any will be sorry to see the Museum of Modern Art’s “High & Low” exhibition leave town. Few of the critics in Chicago and Los Angeles, to which it travels next, are likely to receive it with much enthusiasm either. Why do the critics hate this show? It’s not like it’s a rare communicable disease. What is going on when, like a rare and ominous alignment of the planets, the critics of the New York Times, the New York Observer, and The Journal of Art vilify the exhibition as though with one voice?

“High & Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture” deals with …

Communist Hanoi’s Fall Was An Interesting Lesson In Economics

tsreTHIS JUNE the Communist regime in Hanoi will convene its seventh Party Congress. This congress will also be its last.

Even before Tiananmen Square and the crumbling of the Berlin Wall, there were signs of the collapse of Communism in Vietnam. Like Cuba, Vietnam has been propped up by huge Soviet subsidies, and, as subsidies have not prevented Cuba from becoming the sick man of the Americas, so they have not prevented Vietnam from suffering a parallel fate. At this critical juncture in Vietnam’s history the question is not whether Hanoi will fall. The question is whether American policy will push it over the edge or give it a new burst …

Persian Gulf War Was More A Vision Of What Was To Come

pgwWE ARE so used to thinking that Iraq must lose this war that we may forget that for Saddam, even a tactical loss could be a strategic win. If he should inflict heavy casualties on the United States (say, ten thousand or so) he might even offer to leave Kuwait unconditionally. Such a seeming defeat would, in fact, be victory. His stature in the Arab world would be enhanced enormously, for even Gamal Abdul Nasser never succeeded in fighting the West as an equal. The Arab world, so the Iraqi dictator believes, would be consumed with anti-Western rage, and ultimately the United States would be forced to make a deal that …

1990 Revisited

nopbrToday, New Year’s Eve, some of us make resolutions designed to improve our character, our health, or our waistline, and even though some pledges will improve all three at the same time, we are fated, as sinners, to-sin again. The mood brings us to reflect on the nature of President Bush’s tergiversation, which ranks as the most prominent political-moral event of 1990. Two reminiscences:

The first presidential campaign to which I paid any notice was the race between Wendell Willkie and President Roosevelt. Candidate Willkie made several sharp criticisms of the conduct of foreign policy by FDR, but the following summer, the defeated candidate was adopting the FDR line. He testified …

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