- July 8, 1968
- ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Revisited
- By Jimmy Breslin
- “The movie is only a reflection, a very pretty one, of what makes people murder. Real murderers aren't ever that pretty.”
- October 28, 1968
- Learning to Live With Nixon
- By Gloria Steinem
- “As we learned who Kennedy was only after he died, we may learn who Nixon is only after he is president.”
- December 23, 1968
- Women and Power
- By Gloria Steinem
- “As Jacqueline Kennedy was quoted in a New York newspaper profile, ‘There are two kinds of women: those who want power in the world and those who want power in bed.’”
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- February 23, 1970
- Mugging As a Way of Life
- By David Freeman
- “…When Hector and Louise aren't mugging their neighbors, they live in burnt-out buildings, moving easily from a deserted tenement on Avenue D to one south of Houston, near the Bowery…”
- April 6, 1970
- Bombing on the Mind
- By Gail Sheehy
- “'A sodden Sheep Meadow last October—remember? The Vietnam Moratorium?'”
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- November 10, 1980
- Before the Literary Bar
- By Norman Mailer
- In which the author puts his new Marilyn Monroe book on trial—before the critics do.
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- February 5, 1990
- Live-In Divorce
- By Francine Russo
- Tortured couples who have to stay together.
- August 17, 1992
- Invisible Man
- By Lawrence Otis Graham
- Why did this $105,000-a-year lawyer from Harvard go to work as a $7-an-hour busboy at the Greenwich Country Club — and what did he find?
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- August 21, 2000
- The Kosher Campaign
- By Craig Horowitz
- News of Al Gore's mitzvah sent a joyful shock wave through the city's Jewish circles.
- January 22, 2001
- Me Tarzan You Jane
- By Ariel Levy
- With “Thong Song” on the radio and The Man Show on the tube, pop culture has become a frat house—and women are joining the party.
- September 24, 2001
- September 11, 2001
- An archive of articles related to the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.
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