February/March 2007

Volume 58
Issue 1

Features 

How a debt-ridden banana republic became the greatest economic engine the world has ever known

The farthest, coldest outpost of President Kennedy’s New Frontier turned out to be in the Himalayas.

Was he the Beast of Bataan, or was his true war crime defeating Douglas MacArthur? A troubling look at the problems of military justice

Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.