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March 23, 2009


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What a great idea! I'm not sure how to go about finding essays to choose though.. do you search on the internet? And then make copies for your group?


Thanks for the post. I am not sure our group would do this but is something to shake up and shake up the group. Thanks for the post.


To answer Lisa's questions:
This particular essay has been published in hard copy form, so we all just bought a copy at Barnes and Noble. Many bookstores carry popular essays.

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