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D Magazine May 1991

A DREAM DEFERRED

With Comer Cottrell’s money and support from both blacks and whites, Paul Quinn College may wipe away bad memories of Bishop’s failure-and prove that Dallas can over-came its racial strife.
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BADGE OF BLAME

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D.O.A.

Your chances of receiving good medical care after a life-threatening accident are getting worse. Unless something is done soon, trauma care in Dallas could die.
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DIVERISONS

PEOPLE SHOPPING ART ENTERTAINMENT MUSIC
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DIVERSIONS

HOME FASHION TRENDS RECORDINGS FOOD ART
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EDUCATION Mind Games

How’d you like to build a balsa wood tower that can hold 352 pounds?

FIRST PERSON Quota of One

Am I a victim of sexism? Well, now that I think about it. . .
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FLASHBACK

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JIM WRIGHT’S AFTERLIFE

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JOB WATCH

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LET’R RIP

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LIFE AFTER HITZGES

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MATERIAL WORLD The Big E-Z

The easy chair, the Homer Simpson of seating, makes a comeback.
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MAY CALENDAR

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MISS (CORPORATE) MANNERS

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PARTING SHOT MY 48 HOURS IN DIANE RAGSDALE’S DISTRICT

PARTING SHOT MY 48 HOURS IN DIANE RAGSDALE’S DISTRICT
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POLITICS Hype for Hire

In campaigns today, it’s hard to tell the hired guns from the volunteers.
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REALITY 101

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RESTAURANTS & BARS

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THE DEAL OF THE ART

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TROUBLE IN THE HIVE

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UNWANTED VISITORS

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WHY WE Love To Hate LAWYERS

Fed up with high fees, fear tiactic s , and absurd legalese, the public is fighting back Lawyer-loathing has reached a fever pitch – and the newest twist is revenge.
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YESTERDAYS HERO

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