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2000

Stories Published in this Year

Merry Chanukah | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

THE HOLIDAY’S TRIUMPHANT RISE FROM AN OVERLOOKED AFTERTHOUGHT IS ONE OF AMERICA’S GREATEST SUCCESS STORIES.

Roundup In Quang Ngia | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

SIX VIETNAM SOLDIERS GO OFF ON A VERY STRANGE ASSIGNMENT

Silver In The Back Yard | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

A YANKEE SCHOOLGIRL FINDS HERSELF IN CIVIL-RIGHTS-ERA ALABAMA

1901 100 Years Ago | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

THREE CENTS A BARREL

Why a 200-year-old decoration offers evidence in the controversy surrounding the Hiroshima bombing.

What Is A Wound? | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

IN CHANGING TIMES, IT’S NOT ALWAYS CLEAR

The Kid | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

JACKIE COOGAN REACHED THE PINNACLE OF SUCCESS AND STARDOM WHEN HE WAS FIVE. THEN HE SET THE HOLLYWOOD PATTERN OF PAYING THE PRICE FOR EARLY FAME.

Clinton Observed | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

Our foremost satiric artist bids farewell to a great subject—and selects four colleagues he believes were the departing President’s defining delineators

Jazz And America | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

Geoffrey C. Ward, writer of a major new book and 19-hour
documentary (directed by Ken Burns) on the subject, discusses the joys and wonders of our native art form

The Forgotten Plague | December 2000 (Volume: 51, Issue: 8)

A murderous disease was ravaging the south in 1914. Then one brave and determined doctor discovered the cure — and nobody believed him.

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