U.S.

April 2012
Shawn Siegel
Collier's has renewed its tradition of honoring the best in men's college basketball.
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April 2012
Tom Conway
Constrained on all sides, Barnard Baily was forced to make bold changes to his dairy farm–and it is working.
The Last American Farmer
April 2012
Ray Smith
Jazz's journey from New Orleans to the UK and those early figures that became music legends.
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February 2012
James R.J. Lewis
Perspectives on our greatest citizens from across the pond.
Americans I Admire James R.J. Lewis Theodore Roosevelt
February 2012
Newt Gingrich
With the right policies, it is possible to replace habits of failure with habits of success.
Newt Gingrich "The Habits of Liberty" in Colliers Magazine
February 2012
Peter Lovenheim
Want to build American up? Start right next door.
Book Cover of Why Neighborhoods Still Matter by Peter Lovenheim
June 2012
David Barker, Ph.D
The retirement of the baby boomers has rekindled past predictions, forecasting change for the troubled program.
Colliers Magazine Social Security
June 2012
Tom Conway and Howard Croft
Academy Award nominated director Philip Kaufman discusses Clive Owen, Nicole Kidman, and making a movie on the tumultuous romance of two literary legends.
Colliers Magazine Hemingway and Gellhorn
June 2012
Michael Daly
The iconic car company's struggle to shake its association with Nazi Germany manifests itself in the movies and public perception.
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John Hemingway
John Hemingway examines the nation's crisis and the strength of the people enduring it, a strength that transcends generations just as his family's presence in the embattled country.
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