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September 2005

* Currituck Ferry Project Plagued from Start
* Suspicion Arises After Death of Ferry Division’s Noe

*Boat Fails Test; Federal Officials Investigate Illegal Dredging

* Schools Make Small Size a Big Selling Point
* Germany’s Successful System
* Cutting Classes: A Good Idea in Economics
* Union Corruption Dominates Concerns at Convention

* UNC Board Selection’s Legality Questioned
* NCAA Bans Indian Mascots
* Budget Compromise Increases UNC Spending by 9.9 Percent
* Over-Reliance on Teaching Assistants Harms UNC Education

* Ashe County Reviews Policy Regarding Polluting Industries
* CMS Management Subtext of Charlotte Bond Vote

* Review: Woods Says Modern Man Owes Debt to Church
* Review: Account of Fiscal Nightmare of Social Security is a Must-Read
* Review: “Slave Nation” Relies on Speculation, Not Evidence

* Commentary: Anonymous Sources Essential
* Commentary: Sticking It to State Employees
* Editorial: One Man’s Sphere of Influence
* Editorial: Busing Detour is Closed
* Editorial: Solution to Medicaid? Say No
* Commentary: Gas Prices Need Historical Context
* Commentary: The John Roberts I Remember from Prep School
* Commentary: Debt Can be Used Responsibly to One’s Benefit

* Local Editor Wowed by Capabilities of Basnight

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September 2005 - Carolina Journal
Print Edition

September 2005

* Currituck Ferry Project Plagued from Start
* Suspicion Arises After Death of Ferry Division’s Noe

*Boat Fails Test; Federal Officials Investigate Illegal Dredging

* Schools Make Small Size a Big Selling Point
* Germany’s Successful System
* Cutting Classes: A Good Idea in Economics
* Union Corruption Dominates Concerns at Convention

* UNC Board Selection’s Legality Questioned
* NCAA Bans Indian Mascots
* Budget Compromise Increases UNC Spending by 9.9 Percent
* Over-Reliance on Teaching Assistants Harms UNC Education

* Ashe County Reviews Policy Regarding Polluting Industries
* CMS Management Subtext of Charlotte Bond Vote

* Review: Woods Says Modern Man Owes Debt to Church
* Review: Account of Fiscal Nightmare of Social Security is a Must-Read
* Review: “Slave Nation” Relies on Speculation, Not Evidence

* Commentary: Anonymous Sources Essential
* Commentary: Sticking It to State Employees
* Editorial: One Man’s Sphere of Influence
* Editorial: Busing Detour is Closed
* Editorial: Solution to Medicaid? Say No
* Commentary: Gas Prices Need Historical Context
* Commentary: The John Roberts I Remember from Prep School
* Commentary: Debt Can be Used Responsibly to One’s Benefit

* Local Editor Wowed by Capabilities of Basnight

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