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Summary of IRA Choices

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) became more attractive on January 1, 1998, with the creation of the “Roth IRA” (named for Senate Finance Committee Chairman William Roth of D…

Choices and Change

by Barbara Bush Barbara Bush's Remarks at Wellesley College Commencement Thank you very much. Thank you President Keohane, Mrs. Gorbachev, trustees, faculty, parents, Julie Porter, Chris…

Word Choice

  Don't "thesaurusize." The second trap into which many students fall is thinking that big words make good essays. Advanced vocabulary is fine if it comes naturally to you, and when…

Free Bench

(francus bancus). The widow's right to a copyhold. It is not a dower or gift, but a free right independent of the will of the husband. Called bench because, upon acceding to the estate, she…

International Trade: Arguments Against Free Trade

Arguments Against Free TradeInternational TradeIntroductionExports, Imports—Why Bother?The Argument for Free TradeArguments Against Free TradeBarriers to International TradeInternational…

Free

A free and easy. A social gathering where persons meet together without formality to chat and smoke. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Free BenchFre'a A B C …

Weather: Will I Find a Job?

Will I Find a Job?WeatherMaking a Career Out of ItWhat Would I Do?How Much Will I Earn?How Do I Become a Meteorologist?Will I Find a Job? The National Weather Service and other government age…

Robert Graves: Free Verse

Free VerseI now delight In spite Of the might And the right Of classic tradition, In writing And reciting Straight ahead, Without let or omission, Just any little rhyme In any little time That…

The Clock Will Not Be Turned Back

by Roy Wilkins As executive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Roy Wilkins addressed the Commonwealth Club of California five weeks after mobs…

Choice Spirit

(A) or “Choice Spirit of the Age,” a gallant of the day, being one who delights to exaggerate the whims of fashion. Hobson's Choice. (See Hobson.) Source: Dictionary of Phras…