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Jan/Feb 2016

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Editorials


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Just Like Cain
 
It seems the entire harvest of a kingdom had become infected by a malignant toxin. All who ate of the crop became insane. The king and his vizier, alone, refrained from the eating of the bread of the flour made from the tainted harvest. It soon became clear, however, that the distance between the king and his subjects, between sanity and insanity, kept the king from effective rule.
 
Stanley Jenkins

 

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