Information Please Almanac

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Reference
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Commemorating its 50th year, the Information Please Almanac for 1997 promises to be the most exciting edition ever. With more than one million facts, specially commissioned articles, and award-winning photographs, this reference of choice continues to be the ultimate browser's reference for discriminating readers. Thoroughly revised and updated to reflect changes in every subject during the past year, this new edition sets the standard among almanacs for comprehensiveness and readability. Complete election results, expansive Olympics coverage, and new essays - on the Bosnian peacekeeping operation, the fastest-growing job markets, and others - are only a small taste of what will surely be the most engaging Information Please Almanac yet.

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ROBERT W. HARRIS has been a freelance writer and designer since 1990. He has written twelve books, including DOS, WordPerfect & Lotus Office Companion and When Good People Write Bad Sentences. His books have been main selections in the Small Computer Book Club and the Book-of-the-Month Club.

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