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Slavery is yet another fascinating topic of the New World Inquisition, as Europeans found themselves outnumbered three to one in Mexico, and slaves in league with Indians planned to murder all the Spaniards in the city of Tlatelolco in 1537.
Yet another study prepared by the staff of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress--a study which has been ignored by the press--recently reported that 10,000 jobs may have been eliminated as a result of trade with Mexico alone during the first nine months of the agreement.
The approach steps dangerously past the line of caricature, but Redgrave knows when to draw back and illuminate the humanity of yet another bewildered and appalled, yet fiercely loving, creature.
Yet another hepatitis story has been unfolding, without fanfare, for more than a year.