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Breaches of Civility
Peeved by the friend who repeatedly puts you on call waiting?
Ticked off by the sales clerk who continues talking on the phone
to her boyfriend while ringing up your transaction? We want to
hear about it. In the June issue of Johns Hopkins
Magazine, senior writer Dale Keiger will be writing about the
Johns Hopkins Civility
Project, a yearlong research effort headed by Hopkins
professors Pier-Massimo Forni and Giulia Sissa. In the article,
we'll include a forum for readers to share the '90s breaches of
civility that infuriate you most. Don't procrastinate: to be
considered for publication, we'll need your entry by April 17.
Send via e-mail to: email@example.com.
APRIL 1998 TABLE OF CONTENTS.