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Interviews originally posted in 2 / 2006

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The Future of the Wild
by Jonathan Adams

The Little Balloonist
by Linda Donn

While They're at War
by Kristin Henderson

American Vertigo
by Bernard-Henri Levy

VoiceMale
by Neil Chethick

Upon the Altar of the Nation
by Harry Stout

Cosmopolitanism
by Kwame Anthony Appiah

Crusader Nation
by David Traxel

Death Dance
by Linda Fairstein

Think!
by Michael LeGault

Ironclad
by Paul Clancy

Stripped Bare
by LaDawn Black

The Making of a Writer: Journals, 1961-1963
by Gail Godwin

Lincoln: A Life of Purpose and Power
by Richard Carwardine

The Winds of Change
by Eugene Linden

Queen of the Underworld
by Gail Godwin

Lincoln's Wrath
by Jeffrey Manber

Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People
by Jane Bryant Quinn

Come Hell or High Water
by Michael Eric Dyson

The World to Come
by Dara Horn

Money, A Memoir
by Liz Perle

You'll Never Nanny in This Town Again
by Suzanne Hansen

Hershey
by Michael D'Antonio

The Ernesto "Che" Guevara School for Wayward Girls
by William Gavin

The Ruins of California
by Martha Sherrill

Physical
by James McManus

Last Dance
by John Feinstein

Got The Look
by James Grippando

Lighting the Way
by Karenna Gore Schiff

Striver's Row
by Kevin Baker

Frank McKinney's Maverick Approach to Real Estate Success
by Frank McKinney

Supreme Chaos
by Charles Pickering

The Sultan's Seal
by Jenny White

The Sweet Potato Queens' Wedding Planner/Divorce Guide
by Jill Conner Browne

The Wal-Mart Effect
by Charles Fishman

sex.lies.murder.fame.
by Lolita Files


We know that on many occasions the [cloning] system fails and the cloned animals are abnormal and may not even be viable, even though they develop to term. So right now it would just be grossly irresponsible to use the technique in producing a child.

- Ian Wilmut
After Dolly


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"America" by Stephen Coonts

"Ever Is a Long Time" by Ralph Eubanks

"Looking For My Country" by Robert MacNeil
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