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In his piece “Connecting a Few Dots” [November 1997], Michael Ventura asks: “What does it mean when American kids can play Internet games with French kids, but can’t find Paris on the map?”
We respond: What does it mean when an intelligent American writer pens an article about the state of the world, but doesn’t include Canada on the map?