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Knowledge of the world's cultures and how they are changing connects to all careers in this increasingly globalized world. W56 1995 Witches [videorecording] / produced by FilmRoos Inc. for A&E Television network; produced by Michele Thibeault. What could be better than direct company-customer contact? It is suggested that majors meet with their faculty advisors early to discuss possible career paths. What is the "real" problem with the Ku Klux Klan?

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