A fall day fuels a wandering mind

Connor, Richard
October 2002
Fort Worth Business Press;10/11/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p58
Comments on political and economic issues in the United States as of October 11, 2002. Importance of public support on President George W. Bush's plan to attack Iraq; Predicted improvement of the country's economy.


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