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Cagan: What's Wrong With This Picture
Mar 25, 1999
The challenge for me in writing a commentary is to figure out which of many items I want to comment on. Every time I sit down to write this something different captures my attention.
Carter: Kazan and the Oscars and Us
Mar 25, 1999
Despite all the controversy stirred by the decision of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to give director Elia Kazan an honorary Oscar for Lifetime Achievement, SundayÕs 71st Academy Awards ceremony passed with no disruption and little comme
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Chomsky: A Farewell to Oscar
Mar 17, 1999
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Churchill: Wages of Cointelpro Still Evident
Mar 10, 1999
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