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Magazine articles on ancient and modern culture issues.
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August 2006
Erica Ryberg
Building the New Urbanism Urban planners in Colorado take a cue from pre-WWII cities and towns. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 10, 2006
Dayana Yochim
Are You Rich? What happened to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous? We're living it, but can we afford it? mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Psychology Today
May/Jun 2006
Jillian Straus
Lone Stars: Being Single The hard demographic fact that you will likely spend most of your life on your own is reshaping singlehood into a satisfying destination rather than an anxiety-ridden way station. Welcome to the richly diversified world of today's singles. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
July 2006
Cathy Young
The Cult of 'Manliness' A curmudgeon's defense of American "manly men" devolves quickly into self-parody in the book Manliness by Harvey C. Mansfield. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
July 2006
Nick Gillespie
Rant: The Decline of the English Speaking Peoples America's national language is under siege. Thank you, Rep. Tom Tancredo from the suspiciously Spanish-named state of Colorado for having the courage to introduce a constitutional amendment that would declare English "the official language of the United States." mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
June 2006
Samuel R. Staley
Healthy City Living Urban Sprawl and Public Health: Designing, Planning, and Building for Healthy Communities, by Howard Frumkin, Lawrence Frank, and Richard Jackson, poses the question: are suburbs making us sick? mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
Scientific American
June 5, 2006
Sally Lehrman
Trace Elements Even as population geneticists battle over the meaning of race and biogeographical ancestry, a small industry has emerged out of the quest to understand human migration and identity. One new firm helps African-Americans reconnect to their ancestral past. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
June 2006
Megan Sever
Seeing Below Tambora On April 10, 1815, Mount Tambora, on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa, exploded in the largest recorded eruption in human history. Few, if any, of the estimated thousands of people living on the volcano's slopes survived, but new excavations there are shedding light on their lives. mark for My Articles 33 similar articles
June 2006
Tom Mueller
Beyond the Wall: Berlin Nearly 17 years after the wall came down, Berliners are still trying to escape its shadow. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
June 2006
Stephen G. Bloom
Time and Again In 1984, Peter Feldstein set out to photograph every last person in Oxford, Iowa. Two decades later, he's doing it again, creating a unique portrait of heartland America. mark for My Articles
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