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12 - SQUEEZING THE MIDDLE CLASS Gone, in the face of staggering recessionary losses, is the peace of mind that once seemed the virtual birthright of the middle class. By Elizabeth Fernandez '79

18 - A FRAGILE PEACE El Salvador shows a ravaged but hopeful face to a delegation from SCU, Stanford, and the Diocese of San Jose. By Thomas Shanks, S.J.

24 - IT TAKES TEAMWORK Facing fierce global competition, more and more U.S. companies are exploring work teams. By Lisa Agrimonti '87

28 - GIVING TO SANTA CLARA: IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY A tradition of giving and a respect for education have inspired the Brutocao children to establish an endowment in honor of their parents. By Heidi Garfield

32 - UP CLOSE: JO BURR MARGADANT Like other women of the I-like-Ike generation, the French-history scholar's life has grown in concert with tumultuous social changes. By Sunny Merik

Publication Date

Summer 1992


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Elise Banducci

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 4, Summer 1992

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