October 1994

Feature

GOD KEEP ME A DAMNED FOOL

Cover Story

Where did the Mob go Wrong?

Feature

Bait & Bullet and the Politically Correct

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Feature

GOD KEEP ME A DAMNED FOOL

ROBERT PACK '51 ANSWERS THE QUESTION: WHAT ARE THE LIBERAL ARTS FOR?

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Cover Story

Where did the Mob go Wrong?

Boswell to the Mafia, George Anastasia '69 records the decline of America's most dysfunctional family.

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Feature

Bait & Bullet and the Politically Correct

A gentleman's sport continues under fire.

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Article

Divers Notes & Observations

NO SWALLOWS EVER GOT A warmer or more colorful welcome back to Capistrano than did everyone here last month, particularly the fledgling '98s Beautiful fall weather emblazoned A a bustling atmosphere of posters, balloons,

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Article

Daedalus with a Power Glove

I CAN MAKE WINGS," SAYS Dartmouth-Hitchcock plastic surgeon Joseph Rosen. He is talking about human wings—live, flapping wings on people. Like angels without the lyres and the halos. So far none of his patients has

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Article

The New Great Issues

LAST SPRING I WAS ASKED TO speak to an alumni audience on the topic, "The New Great Issues." The title, of course, alludes to the curricular initiative that President John Sloan Dickey started in 1947 and that continued

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Class Notes

1984

My dear class of 1984, it is with the saddest of hearts that I realize I must apologize to you for missing the last two months. But it is with the gladdest of hearts that I tell you that the work that kept me from you

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Class Notes

1993

A hearty thank-you to all who took the time to write. Beth Johnson wrote in documenting a bevy of revelers at Anne Katherine Smith Briggs and Mark Briggs's wedding on July 3. Among those in attendance: Erica Beisler,

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Class Notes

1985

The Old Gray Lady (as The New York Times is sometimes known) has been trying for a year or two to make its more moribund sections (like Real Estate and Help Wanted) more interesting and relevant. I have noticed

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Class Notes

1990

Keeping the world safe from nuclear weapons, Sarah Jacobson worked at the Los Alamos National Laboratory last summer on a new Department of Energy training program. Next fall she will be sent as an independent

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