July/August 1998

Volume 49
Issue 4

Features 

King George lost us; Princess Di won us back. Certain changes made this possible.

A shot fired in the last days of the Civil War has kept its power to wound

Tough, nimble, and pound for pound the most heavily
armed ships in the U.S. Navy, PT boats fought in the very
front line of the greatest sea war in history. But even
today hardly anyone understands what they did.

Why, with cigarette smoking under attack everywhere, does everyone still light up on the movie screen?

You've always heard he was the worst President. Sex in the White House. Bribes on Capitol Hill. Was he really that bad?

FOR SEVENTY YEARS HE HAS DEFINED HOW WE SEE THE WORLD OF THEATER

Anonymous

When the lives of a failed prizefighter, an aging horsebreaker, and a bicycle-repairman-turned-overnight-millionaire converged around a battered little horse named Seabiscuit, the result captivated the nation and transcended their sport

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