Of the beasts of the field, and of the fishes of the sea, and of all foods that are acceptable in my sight you may eat, but not in the living room…
Within Juneau's city limits are handsome mountains that novices can climb
Paul Fussell—historian, literary critic, and veteran—wants to change the way Americans remember World War II
What kind of society do we want? "Let the free market decide!" is the often-heard response. That response, a prominent capitalist argues, undermines the very values on which open and democratic societies depend.
For more than forty years what little we have known about North Korea has come largely from reporters and policy experts whose views of that country's intentions and capabilities may well be misleading or false. The time has come, one student of Korean affairs argues, to let North and South settle their differences directly, and bring U.S. soldiers home
Sitcoms satirize them, the media ignore them, doctors won't listen to them, and now hospitals are laying them off, sacrificing them to corporate medicine -- yet their contribution to patients and families is beyond price.
An increasingly powerful agent in American life is also one of the least noticed.
Fishing holds a different thrill when you yourself are the bait.
As Mexican society fragments, the impact will hit the United States with force—and U.S. society is likely to fragment in some of the same ways.
The American Forces Network offers homilies, sports events, and surprisingly graphic depictions of war.
"Bulls are unpredictable," my father said. "They can be as nice as can be one day, and for no reason take you out the next. They can go crazy in the spring".
In the new erotic writing by women, sex is a cruel, even murderous business, and men, for the most part, are brutes.
by Tom Wicker.
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Investigations of slang by the editor of theRandom House Historical Dictionaryof American Slang.