Edward Pessen;Gorbachev;LeCarre; Murray Polner
Originally published 11/04/2013
Japan's post-World War II tax reform ensured a booming economy for decades.
Originally published 10/16/2016
There's No There There
"For the first time in the history of the U.S. it could be almost destroyed and most of its people killed in a matter of minutes by weapons against which we have no effective defense."
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- Historians at the Rochester Institute of Technology are bolstering Wikipedia’s archive of entries on women’s history
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- University of Washington Dean defends the liberal arts degree on economic grounds
- David S. Wyman, author of "The Abandonment of the Jews," has died at age 89