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Muckracking and Paine

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Monday, July 08, 2002

Judith and William Serrin review the greatest muckraking moments of American journalism, and their impact. And Harpers editor in chief Lewis Lapham considers Thomas Paine in a contemporary light.
Portrait courtesy of Thomas Paine National Historical Association

Judith and William Serrin

Judith and William Serrin review the greatest muckraking moments of American journalism, and their impact.

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Lewis Lapham

Harpers editor in chief Lewis Lapham considers Thomas Paine in a contemporary light.

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Ted Rall

Syndicated cartoonist Ted Rall went to Afganistan shortly after September 11th. He shares his experiences--a travelogue with cartoons, To Afghanistan and Back.

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Darin Strauss

Chang and Eng author Darin Strauss discusses his new novel of turn-of-the-century carnival New York. (The Real McCoy)

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Summer Books with Leonard Lopate

Girl, Interrupted
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While missing girls have broken hearts in the headlines, author Alice Sebold has written The Lovely Bones, a warm and haunting novel about a murdered girl who watches her family life unfold from heaven. Hear Ms. Sebold discuss her book in ...

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