I wrote this article http://hubpages.com/hub/Nelson_Aldrich
and I wanted to make link to some articles with the keyword "federal reserve" but it returns nothing so I had to search by hand the articles.
Make sure you click on Del.icio.us, HubPages, Google before clicking find links. It is working, but there does seem to be a glitch in it, so I'll ask Tom to take a look at it. Thanks
Yes that's it I remarked the click on Hubpages didn't work
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