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Edmund Morris failed at one of his most important undertakings.
The great writers, remembered by the niece he helped raise who herself died last year.
The case of the missing 100 watt light bulb -- just for starters as we begin to face the next four years.
Reagan pushed "a city on a hill" into our political lexicon, to the point where the metaphor's Biblical and Puritan roots lie mostly forgotten.
Can we relearn how to think seriously about nuclear weapons?
And in this case, he was the great photographer of the West, Edward Curtis.
Our annual list of holiday gift suggestions from distinguished readers and writers.
Tom Wolfe paints Miami red.
In the realm of higher education, race-based affirmative action has produced all too much pain and all too little gain.