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volume two, issue nine

November, 1996, means presidential politics in the United States and Amy is quite amazed by democracy in action. She'll keep up with the developments in the early weeks and then consider some historical perspectives once the election concludes.

An American president serves a four year term in office, but how do we determine a year? Why do we measure time the way we do? Have we always measured time the same way? The Spotlight will take some time, but you're sure to find it time well spent.

You can spend another minute with ME and enjoy her valuable words. Visit Murry Bergtraum High School, our online school of the month. This month's puzzle may surprise you. It's not what you expect. Our five favorite websites await your exploration. There's plenty to do!


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