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The Protester: Person of the Year – 12/14/2011
Terror’s Half-Life
– 9/19/2011
1848 vs. 2011
– 3/10/2011
The End of Excess: Is This Crisis Good for America?
– 3/26/2009
1848: When America Came of Age
– 3/28/2007
The Inner Strengths of a Vulnerable City – 9/24/2001
Las Vegas, U.S.A. – 1/10/1994
Big Mouths – 11/1/1993
A Perfect MAD Man – 6/15/1992
A Player Once Again – 4/20/1992
A Spunky Tycoon – 4/1/1985


The Agony of Victory – January 17, 1994
The Freedom to Ridicule – December 13, 1993
Oprah and Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy – October 11, 1993
Can 42nd Street Be Born Again? – September 27, 1993
57 Channels and Nothin’ On – September 13, 1993
Requiem for A Heavyweight – September 6, 1993
How Necessary Is PBS? – July 26, 1993
The Great TV Violence Hype – July 12, 1993
Are Beavis and Butt-head Arty? – June 21, 1993
The Future Is Looking Too Cool – June 14, 1993
The Clinton-Hollywood Co-Dependency – June 7, 1993
Does Connie Chung Matter? – May 31, 1993
It’s a Small World After All – May 17, 1993


From The Sublime To the Meticulous – May 3, 1993
Master Of All He Surveyed – October 5, 1992
Finally Doing Right By Wright – July 6, 1992
All’s Fair in Seville – April 27, 1992
Style California Dreamin’ – September 23, 1991
Big Yet Still Beautiful – September 24, 1990
A Cult Hero Gets His Due – April 30, 1990
Getting Out and Mixing It Up in the Rialto – March 19, 1990
A Crazy Building in Columbus – November 20, 1989
A Grand Folly in Ottawa – July 10, 1989
A Dreamer Who Is Fuzzy About the Details – March 20, 1989
Fast Life Along the Skywalks – August 1, 1988
An Architect for the New Age – April 11, 1988
Renewal, But a Loss Of Funk – February 29, 1988
Japan Is On The Go – September 21, 1987
Rebuilding Berlin – July 15, 1987
Building Beauty the Hard Way – October 13, 1986
Gleams From a Gorgeous Twilight! – July 21, 1986
Legacy of the Golden Arches – June 2, 1986
His Was the Simplicity That Stuns – March 3, 1986
The Shape of Things to Come – December 23, 1985

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