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  • January 8, 1993

    Kosovo Waits

    Branko Brudar smiles and tells the new war joke, while carefully placing the Turkish coffee pot on the small office hot plate. "Until when will the Serbs and Croats fight?" goes the joke.

    Mariana Katzarova

  • June 21, 1980

    Fred Rodell

    Fred Rodell is largely forgotten these days, but as the "bad boy of American legal academia" he inspired several generations of Yale Law School students to think differently about their chosen profession. Sidney Zion was one of them.

    Sidney Zion

  • February 5, 1973

    Roe v. Wade

    The Supreme Court gives women the right to choose while also rendering an important lesson on the practical workings of democracy.

    The Editors

  • September 27, 1971

    Slaughter at Attica

    New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller turns a prison-wide protest into a wholesale slaughter.

    The Editors

  • January 28, 1950

    Euthanasia—Pro and Con

    To kill or not to kill: Two experts debate the morality of euthanasia.

    Various Contributors

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  • August 28, 1935

    The Death of Will Rogers

    Was there an American who didn't love Will Rogers whose death along with aviator Wiley Post in an Alaskan airplane crash shocks and saddens the entire country.

    The Editors

  • November 11, 1931

    Thomas Edison: In the Driftway

    The Drifter remembers the great inventor.

    The Drifter

  • July 28, 1892

    Berkman Shoots Frick

    Alexander Berkman may have been the trigger man, but The Nation says the blame for the shooting of Henry C. Frick falls directly on the Homestead strikers.

    The Editors

  • November 17, 1887

    The Haymarket Executions

    A brief report on the execution of four anarchists for the Haymarket bombing of 1884.

    The Nation

  • February 21, 1867

    The Social Evil and Its Remedy

    The Nation says that the solution to the problem of prostitution is regulation.

    The Editors