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Electric Light And The Invention Of Modern America  March 4, 2013
The Age of Edison

How did the 1879 introduction of the light bulb change America forever?

Asia, The West, And The Logic Of One World  March 4, 2013
The Great Convergence

How did peace and prosperity become a reality for more of the world’s people than ever before and what geopolitical steps can we take to secure a bright future for all the citizens of planet earth?

Salt, Sugar, Fat, And The Food Biz  February 28, 2013
Salt Sugar Fat

What are you really eating when you rip open that bag of chips?

Examining The Personal Finance Industry  February 28, 2013
Pound Foolish

Is there a workable strategy to plan for retirement in these financial troubling times or not? Who can savers and investors turn to for trustworthy advice?

Defeating The Culture Of Bullying  February 27, 2013
Sticks and Stones

How should we tackle the issue of bullying? When should parents step in and when should teens be left to fend for themselves?

The History And Promise Of Green Technology  February 27, 2013
Powering the Dream

Just how long have so-called green technologies been an option?

Searching For Truth In The Arctic  February 26, 2013
Polar Bear

What does the future hold for the Polar Bear?

Chamber Music And Film  February 26, 2013
Richard McKay conducting the Dallas Chamber Symphony

What’s it like to compose and perform new music for a nearly 100-year-old film?

History, Culture, And The Mind  February 25, 2013
Lewis Lapham

How is our society’s focus on the now, the quick, and the easy transforming our culture and what’s it doing to our minds?

The Arab Awakening and Change in the Middle East  February 25, 2013

How is the Arab Awakening changing the geopolitical dynamic in the Middle East and what might the future hold for Syria, Iran, and their neighbors?

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