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Magazine articles on ancient and modern culture issues.
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August 2005
John Hockenberry
The Blogs of War On the 21st-century battlefield, the campfire glow comes from a laptop. It's a real-time window on life behind the lines -- and suddenly the Pentagon is on the defensive. mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
Financial Planning
August 1, 2005
Nelson W. Aldrich
What "Rich" Feels Like An informal poll shows that markers of wealth are less predictable -- and more personal -- than you think. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Science News
July 9, 2005
Naila Moreira
Beans, Beans, Good for the Heart One serving of black beans a day helps stave off heart disease, researchers have confirmed in a new study. Yet consumption of this legume has fallen among Latin Americans and among Hispanics in the United States, both of which have traditionally eaten beans as a staple. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
July 2005
Charles Oliver
The Fighting Scots-Irish Book Review: Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America, by James Webb shows how the rebellious spirit of the Scots-Irish grows tamer each day, domesticated by the government programs their democratic impulse demanded. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
July 11, 2005
Jon Fine
Getting To The Hipsters Marketers, like parents, might spend sleepless nights worrying about not understanding youth. But they miss the bigger story. Formerly hostile subcultures -- yesteryear's punks and hippies and snowboarders -- now welcome them. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
IDB America
June 2005
Alexandra Russell-Bitting
Filmmaker Explores the Japan-Brazil Connection Brazilian filmmaker Tizuka Yamasaki, a granddaughter of Japanese immigrants to Brazil, recently gave a talk on the interconnections between her two cultures as evidenced in her two films, Gaijin - A Brazilian Odyssey and Gaijin 2. mark for My Articles 297 similar articles
July 2005
William Gibson
God's Little Toys From William S. Burroughs, who incorporated snippets of other writers' texts into his work, to the music remix, there is a history of creativity through copy & paste. Technology creates new options and shifts people from passive listening to participation. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
July 2005
Clell Bryant
Tocqueville's America The French author's piquant observations on American gumption and political hypocrisy in Democracy in America sound remarkably contemporary 200 years after his birth. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
June 2005
Charles Paul Freund
Beyond Arabism Music videos and Lebanese revolution: While not necessarily opposed to an Arabist identity, Lebanonism has long been an irritant to those Arab nationalists who seek to subsume the Mideast's different cultures into a single political/historical narrative. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
June 2005
Franklin Harris
The Long, Gory Life of EC Comics Although EC Comic's brief reign came to an end amid Senate hearings and industry self-censorship in the 1950s, William Gaines and his stable of artists and writers created a legacy that continues to inspire American pop culture, in no small part because of EC's notoriety. mark for My Articles
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