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How to change the law

Sooner or later, bureaucracy bows to reality.  Here is an example, from Sudan 30 years ago. At ease in his fan-cooled office in Khartoum, the Sudanese official had a document of about a dozen pages to show me.  He slid … Continue reading

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Two Israelis encountered

Twice, on a business trip to Israel many years ago, I met women who seemed to personify certain characteristics of that country. Both were in uniform, both were strikingly beautiful, but each one could not have been more different from … Continue reading

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