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A Nation of Givers Arthur C. Brooks 03/11/2008
Americans are remarkably charitable. But what sorts of people give the most? And how do we compare with the Europeans?
Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like a Man? Christina Hoff Sommers 03/02/2008
Women earn most of America’s advanced degrees but lag in the physical sciences. Beware of plans to fix the "problem."
Our Next Attorney General? Ted Frank 02/21/2008
Revisiting one of John Edwards's most famous—and most misunderstood—cases.
Coffee Talk Rachel DiCarlo Currie 01/29/2008
A new book shows that Starbucks has hardly ruined locally owned coffeehouses, writes RACHEL DICARLO CURRIE.
Back in the Black Jordan Fabian 01/21/2008
Despite poor TV ratings, the National Hockey League has set itself on a course for financial success, writes JORDAN FABIAN.
Hoop Dreams Charles Euchner 01/14/2008
With powerful global marketing, the NBA is pushing basketball past soccer as the most popular sport in the world. CHARLES EUCHNER has the story.
Soccer’s Import Battle Liz Mair 12/19/2007
Will England establish quotas on the number of foreign players allowed on each Premier League team? Probably not anytime soon, writes LIZ MAIR.
Naples Confidential Graeme Wood 12/12/2007
A new book takes the reader on a fascinating—and deeply frightening—journey through the Neapolitan underworld, writes GRAEME WOOD.
The Good, the Bad, and the Japanese James Bowman 12/10/2007
The brilliant director Akira Kurosawa, of ‘Seven Samurai’ fame, helped bring a new kind of hero to the American movie screen, writes JAMES BOWMAN. Not so much film noir as film gris.
Fixing the BCS Mess Alan W. Dowd 12/06/2007
College football should bow to reality and devise a workable playoff system, says ALAN W. DOWD.
 
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