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This site is a reflection of our contemporary and historical selfs. It is a compilation of snap shots of our cultural identity, our political, economic social, and physical enviornments.

In part using my own travels as examples, this page points to the underlying importance of the lost art of civic responsibility and compromise, of maturing and civility. It will periodically provide source information pertaining to socio-economic trends, local, regional and global profiles, demographics, culture, the environment, technology and as the iconic Hans Rosling has demonstrated, Factfulness.  In a sense, this site provides a sampling of viewpoints about where we are as a nation and where we are as citizens of the world.

Hopefully it will be of interest.

Steve Harding

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