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In May 2003 the centrist Democratic Leadership Council published its yearly list of "100 New Democrats to Watch." The DLC frequently puts out these lists as a way to publicly solidify its identif
One of the most difficult things to judge in the world today is the extent of American power.
THE CREDITORS' BALL
He said he wanted his ashes shot out of a cannon. "A great funeral" was what he wanted, he told his son. Then he walked into the kitchen and shot himself dead in the head.
The immediate outcome of the Supreme Court's 5-to-4 decision in Roper v.
Beijing Plus 10, the follow-up on the momentous 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, is opening at the United Nations as I write, and like other UN gatherings since George W.
Back in the early 1990s, the right-wing taste of the year was Newt Gingrich. He led the Republican sweep into Congress in the 1994 midterm elections.
Though having Rock, some said, was plain insane, he
Eschewed the sort of language used by Cheney.
What might it mean to call a film indispensable? Perhaps not much. At base level, we'd merely be asserting that other films (maybe the vast majority) are candidates for the garbage heap.
In the works that made him famous, Jasper Johns realized an ancient dream by painting things that overcame the distinction between reality and representation--numerals, for example, or targets.
Christopher Marlowe's life was short, sharp and irresistible.
ABOLITION, A CLASS-FREE ENDEAVOR