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"Go West, Young Man..." When Horace Greeley printed those words he was talking about what awaited farmers and their families in the fertile valleys of parts of the west. Thousands of families took up that mantra, accepted the challenges of actually...
Jacket CopySunday's book reviews include a Margaret Fuller biography ("The Lives of Margaret Fuller") and a look at Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" 50 years after its publication....
All The Rage"Go West, young man," the bit of Manifest Destiny advice attributed to Horace Greeley, seemed to be resonating with Band of Outsiders creative director Scott Sternberg whose collection headed due West -- and jogged South across the border -- for......
For years, Baltimore has been a city divided on east-west lines. East Baltimore political organizations vie with those in West Baltimore. The city's high schools have spirited crosstown rivalries, such as Dunbar and Douglass. Loyalties on the college...
Los Angeles TimesReporting from Sacramento, Salt Lake City and St. Joseph, Mo. Bill Gates' career as a Harvard undergrad. Elizabeth Taylor's second, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth marriages. Sarah Palin's tenure as Alaska governor. Barack Obama's stint as U.S. senator...
Oct 14, 2009 |Story| Los Angeles TimesTad Friend's "Cheerful Money: Me, My Family, and the Last Days of Wasp Splendor" is a memoir of growing up in the once unassailable American ruling class -- and of a long personal struggle to shed some of the emotional baggage such a lineage conferred....Oct 17, 2008 |Story| Chicago TribuneHowever this election turns out, it will dramatically advance America's slow progress toward equality and inclusion. It took Abraham Lincoln's extraordinary courage in the Civil War to get us here. It took an epic battle to secure women the right to vote....Nov 27, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles Times Staff WriterTom Selders is still baffled at how quickly the city he served for years turned on him. The two-term mayor of this conservative farm town had been a political fixture for nearly two decades. A businessman who prided himself on bringing efficiency to city...Mar 2, 2007 |Story| Los Angeles TimesSpecial to The TimesThe open road ain't what it used to be. From Horace Greeley to "Little Miss Sunshine," Americans have been finding themselves on the journey west, seeking uncharted territory they can call their own. But the landscape of "Wild Hogs" is cluttered with...
Tags: Sam Adams, William H. Macy, Marisa Tomei, Gaming, EntertainmentDec 18, 2007 |Story| Chicago TribuneChicago TribuneThe little newspaper on Clark Street was certainly no great prize. Neither, in the eyes of Joseph Meharry Medill, was Chicago, which he viewed as a "quagmire on the lake." The 32-year-old crusading editor of the Cleveland Morning Leader could not be...
Tags: Elections, Slavery, Ohio, Newspaper and Magazine, New YorkMar 2, 2008 |Story| Los Angeles TimesBy Richard Rayner "Ulysses" (Vintage: $17 paper) is the description of a single day, June 16, 1904, a day in the mingled lives of characters walking, talking, dreaming, eating, drinking, mourning and climaxing their way through the hours of an average...
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