Saturday, December 28, 2002

History&Today: George Will's always-intriguing year-in-review column:

United Airlines and the Boston diocese of the Roman Catholic Church had reason to remember the aphorism of Frank Borman, who was president of Eastern Air Lines before it went bankrupt: “Capitalism without bankruptcy is like Christianity without Hell.”,

Will's annual column features news that played to little fanfare but has lasting significance:

A mouse’s genome has been mapped. Humans and mice have about 30,000 genes. Less than 1 percent are unique to either species.

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