An inside look at an unprecedented seven-decade study of a group of Harvard men suggests that one thing, above all, truly makes a difference.
: Dr. George Vaillant, director of the 72-year study, explains what makes people strive for fame and why dirty laundry can symbolize a perfect life.
: Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post
, talks about his role in the Harvard study.
: Historian Donald Cole, selected to participate in the study in the 1940s, reflects on how it affected his life.
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