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08/25/2012 Holzer, Harold The Great Emancipator Books and Publishing Government History
08/04/2012 Gruman, Jessie The Lemon of Illness and the Demand for Lemonade Health
07/28/2012 Zauderer, Mark A New York Times Editorial, 5/7/2012: “The Cautionary Tale of Dewey & LeBoeuf” Law
07/21/2012 Weber, Doron Immortal Bird Books and Publishing Medicine and Health
07/14/2012 Kelly, Raymond W. Top Cop Crime and Violence Politics and Public Affairs
07/07/2012 Kerger, Paula Public Broadcasting in the Public Interest, Part II Media and the Press
06/30/2012 Kerger, Paula Public Broadcasting in the Public Interest Media and the Press
06/23/2012 Tanenhaus, Sam Rule and Ruin Books and Publishing Politics and Public Affairs
06/16/2012 Tanenhaus, Sam Will the Tea Get Cold? Government Politics and Public Affairs
05/26/2012 Brody, Jane Living Better and Longer Thanks to Jane Brody Health Uncategorized
05/19/2012 Nasaw, David Robber Barons or Industrial Giants? Business Ethics Philanthropy
05/12/2012 Tanenhaus, Sam In the Land of Books Books and Publishing
05/05/2012 Tirman, John The Deaths of Others Crime and Violence Foreign Affairs Human and Civil Rights Politics and Public Affairs
04/28/2012 Bach, Peter Do We “Waste” Money on Terminal Patients? (Part II) Health
04/21/2012 Bach, Peter Do We “Waste” Money on Terminal Patients? Health
04/14/2012 Copps, Michael J. Broadcasting in America… in the Public Interest, Part II Media and the Press
04/07/2012 Copps, Michael J. Broadcasting in America… in the Public Interest Media and the Press
03/31/2012 Segal, David In Conversation with a Reporter Education Law
03/24/2012 Phillips-Fein, Kim The Businessmen’s Crusade Against The New Deal Business History
02/25/2012 Hertzberg, Hendrik Back at The New Yorker with Hendrik Hertzberg AND a “National Popular Vote” Government Media and the Press Politics and Public Affairs
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