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The Independent Weekly 20th Anniversary 

Looking back

Here's what The Indy was writing about the week of Oct. 29:

5 years ago: Darren Stanhouse criticized U.S. Sen. Lauch Faircloth for his campaign Website--a new medium to reach voters, but with the same negative messages as his television ads.

10 years ago: Kate Dobbs Ariail analyzed the philosophy behind public art programs of North Carolina, and the process used to choose artists for state projects.

20 years ago: Liz Clarke reported on North Carolina's gender gap in the world of politics. Women were facing difficulties gaining political exposure and raising funds to run for office.

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