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In April 2015, Kim Phillips-Fein wrote about what role, if any, the declining American labor movement might play in the contemporary politics of inequality.
The year you were born, David L. Cohn wrote about changing American attitudes toward marriage and monogamy, as the national divorce rate climbed.
In July 2013, Megan Garber wrote about the dangers astronauts face when spacewalking.
Over the years, the moon landing has come to be lauded as the pinnacle of human achievement, although it was often derided at the time. In 1963, NASA astronauts took to The Atlantic to plead the case for landing on the moon.
In August 2011, Leah Carroll talked with MTV News anchor Kurt Loder on the network's 30th birthday.
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