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Magazine articles on ancient and modern culture issues.
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High on Adventure
October 2005
Larry Turner
Pendleton Round-up, Let'er Buck The week-long rodeo in Oregon is unique in that it celebrates both the cowboy and Native American cultures equally. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2005
Salvador & Sherry
Taking the Internet to the People At Internet outposts in India, Peru, and Hungary, even the computer illiterate reap the advantages of the Web. Public Internet facilities are solving real problems, defying cookie-cutter categorizations of nonoriginality, and becoming a growing and vital force in the vast developing world. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
October 2005
Matt Welch
The Second Romanian Revolution Will Be Televised The TV show Dallas helped overthrow Nicolae Ceausescu's murderous regime. Now gangsta rap and pop culture are driving out corrupt post-Soviet thugs. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
IDB America
September 2005
Matt Hamilton
Paradise Sculpted, Carved and Photographed Art of the Guarani reflects the story of Paraguay's people and their land. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
September 28, 2005
Wendy McElroy
The Culture War's Battle of Lexington This battle over a parent's right to reject homosexuality as a public school subject for his Kindergartner exemplifies the many characteristics of a culture war. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 14, 2005
John C. Dvorak
The Hard Drive and Human Behavior New Technology such as larger and larger hard drive storage, TiVo, and Podcasts are driving laziness and global stupidity. mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
September 7, 2005
Carey Roberts
How Will We Cure the Radical Feminist Cancer? Once we challenge the feminist cultural hegemony and remind them how many privileges and advantages the average American woman enjoys, the gender warriors may come to realize that much of their sense of oppression is self-inflicted. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
IDB America
August 2005
Alexandra Russell-Bitting
Eduardo Gonzalez Viana and Daniel Alarcon at the IDB Peruvian-American novelists blur the cultural lines between Latin America and the United States. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
AFP eWire
August 8, 2005
Survey Rates Perceptions and Experiences of Fundraisers A recent report that provides new perspectives on how fundraisers of different races view themselves and their jobs also compiles ideas on what can be done to bring more African-American fundraisers into the profession. mark for My Articles 225 similar articles
September 2005
Kerry Howley
Artifact: Genghis Kitsch As they piece together their past, Mongolians are remaking their most famous son too. Genghis' visage, like much of his legend, is a reconstruction based on ideas of what might have been. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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