Madrick, Jeff
January 2009
Challenge (05775132);Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p3
This article introduces the journal by relating its contents, which address issues such as the economic aspects of global warming, recessions, and the issues facing U.S. President Elect Barack Obama, to current events.


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