Point I. With unabashed glee, we publish a second article by Mr. Dennis A. Norden. Mr. Norden is a “diamond in the rough” in that his personal demeanor leaves an erroneous impression of “roughness,” but his past article contained gems of wisdom usually not found in Section Council publications.
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