In the July/August 2014 issue, Joshua Wolf Shenk wrote about the collaborative genius of John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
The year you were born, Eleanor Roosevelt demanded a national recommitment to the American Dream.
In May 2009, Lane Wallace wrote about his memories of being a grad student in Berlin in the age of the wall.
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.
The Lords of Flatbush was released in 1974.
In May 2002, Mark Bowden wrote about the daily life and thoughts of Saddam Hussein.
In August 2012, Ashley Fetters traced the history of cable television's longest-running programming event.
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With NASA's Cassini-Huygens mission in 2005, humans landed a probe in the outer reaches of the solar system for the first time, a moment Ross Andersen called the most glorious mission in the history of planetary science.
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In April 2016, Jeffrey Goldberg wrote about Barack Obama's approach to foreign policy.
In February 2012, Charles A. Kupchan wrote about the world's emerging economies, and how the world will look by 2050.
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