December 1979

Feature

An extremely small malfunction ... and then something terrible happened

Feature

The Medical Legacy of August 1945

Feature

Giving and Getting

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Feature

An extremely small malfunction ... and then something terrible happened

Sifting the wreckage: Three Mile Island and the aftermath

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Feature

The Medical Legacy of August 1945

The atom as sword at Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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Feature

Giving and Getting

Foundations and philanthropoids

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Article

An Old-fashioned Mutant

The biological effects of radiation impose the most stringent conditions, and those who are inclined to rejoice in the coming of atomic power for peaceful purposes, along with those who minimize the dangers of atomic warfare, should at least understand these conditions. - No Place To Hide, February 1949

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Books

The Country Remembers

If you live up here in New Hampshire or Vermont you can't escape Robert Frost. He knew it all, said it all, all there is to know or say, about this hardscrabble granite chunk of New England that you alternately, often

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The Five-Year Plan

IT had taken a week to get my nerve up. But there I was in Coach Crouthamel's office three Augusts ago, trying to tell him why I wasn't going to make double sessions that fall. I had decided to take a year off from school, and

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Class Notes

1954

I want to share with you a touching note I just received from Alan Sullivan's widow, Terry. "Alan was struck and killed by an auto while riding his bicycle near our home on August 3. He enjoyed the reunion book, 'Reflections,'

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Class Notes

1978

Real World, Act II, Scene 3:

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Article

Diplomacy's Medium

THERE are tools to this trade, too. There are pencils and pads, the better to translate by. There is a facile mind, trained in the conventions of diplomacy. And there is a clear head, quick in the nuance and fine points of language.

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Class Notes

1934

Frank Heath, who "retired" from the class presidency into that most active and demanding class job of head agent, has announced a number of appointments. Bob Thompson will succeed Dick Houck in chairing the special gifts

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