Jay Bookman

Deputy Editorial Page Editor, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Deputy Editorial Page Editor of the Atlanta Journal Constitution

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The Mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee said yesterday was "Give Our Georgia Friends a Drink Day," with a tongue-in-cheek proclamation about a "drought of Biblical proportions," leaving…

Georgia Wants Tennessee River, Chattanooga Sends Bottled Water

The Mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee said yesterday was "Give Our Georgia Friends a Drink Day," with a tongue-in-cheek proclamation about a "drought of Biblical proportions," leaving…

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