Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 50 Issue 4, Spring 1985
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Barber and DeVine discuss the handling of cases of rape in North Carolina.
North Carolina Memorial Hospital is a medical tradition in the state. As a major medical center and teaching hospital, it is a symbol of health care at its best--technologically sophisticated, diversified, and specialized. Another aspect of the tradition is that NCMH provides assured access to hospital services to indigent residents in North Carolina. This article examines NCMH's role in providing access for the poor, and the basis for its role, relationship with other hospitals, and if it can continue its function for the poor.
One paradox of our time is that we are simultaneously running out of natural resources and running out of space for disposing of discarded materials made from those resources. In addition, the price of those resources is constantly rising. As a result, very many people and communities are interested in saving both money and landfill space by recycling as much disposable material as possible. In North Carolina many organizations and communities have recycling programs and are working toward that goal.