In October 2009, Mark Bowden wrote about the toll of constant coverage.
In April 2001, Richard V. Allen published transcripts from the White House Situation Room after Ronald Reagan was shot.
The year you were born, William Greider wrote about the incoming budget director's experiences working in the Congressional Budget Office, in a revealing article which set off a firestorm of controversy in and around the Reagan administration.
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“It was thought that all borders between men had similarly disintegrated, and we were all destined to be free and empowered individuals in a global meeting place,” wrote Robert Kaplan 20 years later.
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My So-Called Life premiered in 1994.
In December 2011, Jim Tankersley wrote about how the euro's failure could cause another American recession.
In November 1999, Robert Levin wrote about the role of the new euro.
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People across the world rediscovered the power and peril of revolutions, as Laura Kasinof found in Yemen.
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In July 2016, Vann Newkirk II wrote about the significance of William's win and her position as one of the greatest athletes of all time.
But it's possible to prevent that. In May 2016, Ed Yong wrote about the recommended steps to avert a post-antibiotic apocalypse.
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