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NEW YORK--At Hillary Clinton's election night event at Baruch College in Manhattan Tuesday evening, which began shortly after Barack Obama clinched the 2,118 delegates needed to claim the Democratic nomination, defiance was in the air--even as the candidate delivered remarks that blended resolve and reflection in equal measure, but came to no definite conclusion. "This has been a long campaign, and I will be making no decisions tonight," she said. "In the coming days, I'll be consulting with...
For many intellectuals, the ideal of Blind Justice, impartially weighing her scales, went out the window about 80 years ago. At Yale Law School in the 1920s and '30s, a highly influential group of scholars called the Legal Realists argued that the law was not a set of fixed, unchanging rules--"not a brooding omnipresence in the sky," as Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once put it.
Near the end of "A Decade Under the Influence," one of two new documentaries celebrating the so-called "golden age" of 1970s Hollywood, Francis Ford Coppola likens today's low-risk, corporate Hollywood to a pharmacy that only sells two products, tranquilizers and Viagra.The great thing about back then, when the likes of Coppola and Scorsese, Altman and Bogdanovich, Friedkin, Mazursky, Polanski, Ashby, Woody Allen and Peckinpah radically altered the American cinematic landscape, was the fact...
In August 1945, the GI's waiting to invade Japan had no doubt about the wisdom of obliterating Hiroshima and Nagasaki with nuclear weapons. Upon hearing the news, "we whooped and yelled like mad, we downed all the beer we'd been stashing away," one dogface later recalled. "We shot bullets in the air and danced between the tent rows." Paul Fussell, a 21-year-old second lieutenant leading a rifle platoon, remembered that "for all the fake manliness of our facades, we cried with relief and joy.
He doesn't do e-mail. He doesn't "surf" the Net. He doesn't answer his voice mail. In fact, he doesn't even have voice mail. If you're looking for directions to the Information Highway, Charles Wang isn't your ideal guide. "Hey," says the chief executive officer of Computer Associates International.