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Coming Full Circle in Civil Rights

Radio recalls the movement's evolution in five southern cities.

Stephen Toulmin

Toulmin's journey from physicist to philosopher to ethical theorist: an appreciation by Marx W. Wartofsky.

An On-Campus Glimpse

Toulmin backstage in a USC dorm.

Confronting Science

The monk and his pea plants were just the beginning of the anguish over societal values.

Valley of the Shadow

Images of a farmland divided by the Civil War come to life on the Internet.

Searching for Leonardo

A new play at Boston's Museum of Science explores the myths and the man.

Five Who Make a Difference

Profiles of the 1996 Charles Frankel Prize Winners: Rita Dove, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Daniel Kemmis, Arturo Madrid, and Bill Moyers.

Presidents Talking About the Presidency

Excerpts from seven of the NEH's presidential papers projects.

The Richest Man in the World

A documentary film chronicles the life of Andrew Carnegie, the steel company mogul who rose from an impoverished childhood to become the richest man in the world.