Frederick E. Allen

Frederick E. Allen is the Leadership Editor of Forbes.com.  He was a long-time editor of American Heritage, and the Editor of Invention & Technology from 1984 to 2007. 

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How Mount Vernon Rebuilt The First President Read >>
The story of Chicago in the nineteenth century is the story of the making of America, Donald L. Miller says. A new PBS documentary based on a book he wrote shows why. Read >>
TODAY’S OLYMPIC SKI CENTER IS YESTERDAY’S RUGGED AND RAGGED SILVER MINING CAPITAL Read >>
HIGH TECHNOLOGY WELCOMES US INTO THE PAST Read >>
AND WHY YOURS IS MESSIER THAN EVER Read >>
COMPUTERS THAT COULD THINK WERE ONCE RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER. NOW THEY’RE FAR OFF. Read >>
WHY THE TROUBLE IN FLORIDA WAS BOUND TO HAPPEN Read >>
WILLIAM HEWLETT AND THE BIRTH OF SILICON VALLEY Read >>
DID A COMPANY AND A MACHINE SPAWN EVIL? Read >>
How our technologies are still our allies Read >>
Beyond the myth of ever-faster high-tech change and radical new breaks from the past Read >>
And why is it not really so different from patenting anything else? Read >>
And other high-tech debacles and how we learned to cope with them Read >>
The high-tech wonder of 1914—now out of American hands—helps keep the high-tech world of 2000 moving Read >>

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