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"Americans Are Fed Up. They've had it with SUVs, fad diets and trendy restaurants. They're turning up their noses at $75-a-jar anti-aging creams, $4 cups of gourmet coffee and pet foods that are pricier than people food. In short, the public is retrenching—shunning some spending and turning more toward family and spirituality.
"Who could blame them?
"Elizabeth Thompson, an associate director of Yankelovich Inc., one of the nation's leading survey companies, said the past year has dealt a series of 'body blows' to public confidence. The economic recession, the terrorist attacks and the scandals on Wall Street and in the Roman Catholic Church have left many confused about what the future holds. 'It is one thing to grapple with one blow of uncertainty. But to have one after another after another ... that makes it really hard to keep that steady, forward-looking gaze,' she said.
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A woman's touch
with contributions from Emilio Alvarez, June Austin, Tom Biggar, Marney Mallon, Whitney Woodruff Moody, Ed Gondolf, Ann Little
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with contributions from Susan Strother Clarke, Dahlia Hammouda, Angela Swanson
International women's peace conference convenes
By Marta Greenwood
Common ground in Geneva
By Shari Hunnicut
Spiritual solutions to political impasses
By Sandy Mathiesen
UNITY among the races
By Kim Shippey Sentinel staff
A Stepmother's spiritual journey
By Elizabeth L. Schaefer
A Muslim community says, 'We're here for everybody'
By J. Thomas Black
In her true light ...
Mary Baker Eddy
'Let the male and female of God's creating appear'
By Marilyn Jones
Prayer heals headaches and skin condition
Allison J. DeRussy
Grateful to have Christian Science
Sri Umiyati Haryono
Womanhood and the search for peace