Topic: Alan Brinkley

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  • Pulitzer Prize 2011: Who are the winners in the arts?

    Pulitzer Prize 2011: Who are the winners in the arts?

    From the work of a recent US Poet Laureate to a satire by a Steppenwolf Theatre-affiliated playwright to a Chinese folk-tale-turned opera, the 2011 Pulitzer Prizes for the arts represent a lively and wide-ranging mélange.

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  • America's big shift right

    America's big shift right

    Why the country's conservative drift, on a wide range of issues, has accelerated.

  • Pulitzer Prize 2011: Who are the winners in the arts?

    Pulitzer Prize 2011: Who are the winners in the arts?

    From the work of a recent US Poet Laureate to a satire by a Steppenwolf Theatre-affiliated playwright to a Chinese folk-tale-turned opera, the 2011 Pulitzer Prizes for the arts represent a lively and wide-ranging mélange.

  • The Publisher

    The Publisher

    Alan Brinkley looks beyond the stereotypes to create a more nuanced portrait of magazine publisher Henry Luce.

  • Was the New Deal too small?

    Was the New Deal too small?

    A lesson from Great Depression, historians say, is that Roosevelt didn't spend enough to jolt economy into recovery.

 
 
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