Regional Review

Regional Review Quarter 2,  2002Quarter 3, 2002
Volume 12, Number 3
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Contents

Challenges of Modern Capitalism by Alice M. Rivlin
The future of the U.S. market economy may well be determined by how we resolve three dilemmas: rising income inequality; improving our business culture; and providing important public services.
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A Calculated Risk by Rachel Deyette Werkema
When Boston’s Jeremiah E. Burke High School lost its accreditation in 1995, no one expected that the path to improvement would lead to the school’s first-ever AP Calculus class.
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Chances Aren’t by Carrie Conaway
While we tend to think of whom and when we marry as an individual decision, social and economic forces play a major role.
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Observations
When professional sports teams go public; marathons as fundraisers.
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Perspective by David Banisar
Auto makers are responsible for the safety and reliability of their cars. So why shouldn’t software makers be held responsible for buggy computer programs?
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Letter from Brockton, Massachusetts by Robert Jabaily
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