Samuel G. Freedman
With the passing of J. Anthony Lukas, journalism has lost one of its giants.Thursday, Jun 12, 1997 7:00 PM UTC 0
An American anti-terrorism expert reveals how he trained Peruvian government police to storm the Japanese embassy in Lima, Peru, and rescue the hostages who had been held for four months by guerrillas from the Marxist Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement.Friday, Apr 25, 1997 7:00 PM UTC 0
News Bill Clinton
The late teachers union leader had the courage to change his mind on merit pay and national testing. But his powerful union is still more interested in providing lifetime job security for its members than making sure they know how to teach.Friday, Feb 28, 1997 8:23 PM UTC 0
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Samuel G. Freedman, a professor of journalism at Columbia University, has written for Salon since 1996. His new book, “Breaking The Line: The Season in Black College Football That Transformed the Sport and Changed the Course of Civil Rights,” will be published in August 2013.