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Magazine articles on modern history.
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Autumn 2005
Mark Amidon
Groupthink, Politics, and the Decision to Attempt the Son Tay Rescue With better intelligence, less compartmentalization, a more serious consideration of alternatives, and less groupthink, the Son Tay raid might have met with great success. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
September 5, 2005
Christopher Farrell
Cradle of Civilization 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus, by Charles C. Mann, is a fascinating, unconventional account of Indian life in the Americas prior to 1492. And it makes a compelling case that Mesoamerica was a cradle of civilization. mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
Science News
August 27, 2005
From the August 24, 1935, Issue Did Spiders Teach Man the Weaving of Nets?... World's Tiniest Motor Built by Russian Youth... New Cancer-Causing Chemicals Are Unique in Structure... mark for My Articles
September 2005
Myron Farber
Presence of Mind - On Not Naming Names 27 years ago this reporter was given a choice: Identify his confidential sources or go to jail. He chose jail. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
August 22, 2005
Geoffrey Jones
Restoring a Global Economy, 1950-1980 World War II left the United States in a uniquely powerful position. And the 1950s onwards saw the beginning of the reconstruction of a new global economy. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Science News
August 20, 2005
From the August 17, 1935, Issue Neither Drought Nor Heat Can Damage Cactus Beds... Echo-Sounding Device Locates Schools of Fish... Suspended Animation Possible Even to Human Beings... mark for My Articles 1 similar article
August 22, 2005
Hardy Green
After The Moon -- What? It may exaggerate the difficulties they had in readjusting to life on Earth, but Andrew Smith's "Moondust" is a spellbinding tale of what has befallen the Apollo astronauts since they walked the moon. It's fascinating for its historical detail, engaging writing, and wistful meditation on space travel. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
Science News
August 13, 2005
From the August 10, 1935, issue Artificial lightning now without deafening noise... Trigger mechanism in brain trips epileptic convulsions... Almost invisible light can retard plant growth... mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Science News
August 6, 2005
From the August 3, 1935, issue Zeppelin Models Whirled at 200 Miles Per Hour in Tests... Prof. Bohr Opposes Einstein in Quantum Theory Controversy... mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
Fast Company
August 2005
Matt Dusenberry
Slave Wages From a report released by Wachovia Corp., researched by the History Factory, on transactions of the bank and its predecessor companies related to slavery. mark for My Articles
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