In June 2015, Alia Wong wrote about the educational benefits of the beloved show.
The year you were born, Diane Schulder wrote about how the law deals more harshly with women than with men.
In September 2002, P. J. O'Rourke wrote about his experiences exploring the history and physical structures of Egypt.
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Risky Business was released in 1983.
In July 2000, Sarewitz and Pielke wrote an examination of global-warming science and politics.
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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.
In September 2010, Niraj Chokshi noted how little the browser interface had changed since 1993.
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In October 2012, Noah Bittell wrote about the political messages in Damon and Affleck's films, from Good Will Hunting to The Promised Land and Argo.
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People across the world rediscovered the power and peril of revolutions, as Laura Kasinof found in Yemen.
In December 2015, Robinson Meyer wrote about why scientists had accepted this fact.
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