EDITORIALS FOR TUESDAY, JULY 15, 2003
Convergys deal: Vote today
Cincinnati City Council should give its approval today to the $63.4 million incentive deal that will keep Convergys' headquarters downtown.

Indian Hill: CG&E challenge
Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co. (CG&E), an early advocate of Ohio's utility deregulation, now objects to a local community taking advantage of that law to buy cheaper electricity from an outside supplier.

NKU Donors: Step up with $$
Here's an encouraging success story: Northern Kentucky University expects to top its $40 million fund-raising goal a year ahead of schedule. Officials said last week the campaign has raised nearly $36 million in the first four years of a drive planned to last six years.
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LETTERS
Iraq certainly not as bad as WWII
It seems with the casualties rising in Iraq that the Democrats are criticizing and/or second-guessing President Bush about having troops there. I would remind them the United States was in the same situation in World War II, while enduring the kamikaze attacks.

Readers' Views
Letters to the editor.
FORUM COVER FOR SUNDAY, JULY 13, 2003
Bush's Africa strategy: Piecing together the African puzzle
Sub-Sahara Africa may seem a long way from New York's "Ground Zero" or terrorist hideouts in Afghanistan, but President Bush's trip this week connected those strategic dots - and more. Bush has powerful strategic reasons for stepping up America's engagement with Africa, besides his humanitarian, political and trade motives.
Our lawmakers respond
Clear Liberian plan avoids Somalia pitfalls

Books to change the world: Readers' choices
Last Sunday, members of the Enquirer's Editorial Board wrote about books they believe might have changed the world had the right people read them. We also asked readers to nominate their own choices and explain why. Here are some of the responses we received.
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Music Hall Moments
We asked for your favorite memory of Music Hall to help us celebrate its 125th anniversary. Here are several installments of your letters:
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How to contact your congressman
E-mail and Web page links, phone numbers and addresses for Tristate representatives.