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Roger Baldwin, who spent three months working under MacArthur in Japan after World War II, remembers the general fondly.
The mysterious Missourian who has just stepped into some very big shoes.
He may have said a sucker is born every minute, but the great showman defends his museum as the real deal in a letter to the editor.
Beloved for his generous spirit as much as for his brilliant work, the news of Charles Dickens's death has prompted a worldwide outpouring of grief.
The New York World is Pulitzer's greatest prize.
He was to the British what Jerry Lewis is to the
French--much to the amusement of The Nation.
He won't be the next president of the United
States--but Fred Rodell says he ought to be.
The west was easily gulled by the promise of a new era of progress and prosperity under the Shah.
This time, reports of his death weren't greatly exaggerated.