Gunnar Birkerts papers: 1930-2002
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(includes both programs aired and ideas proposed)

 
1988
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Child poverty
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General motors
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Spain
 
1989
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Anti-slavery society
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Bazookas
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Bloch, Felix
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Castro-The Last Stalinist
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Chapter 11-Lawyer's Feast
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Cold Fusion
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Cops get scammed
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Foley, Robert (?) (Interview containing accusations of sexual misconduct against a public figure) [Closed until December 1, 2030]
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Hezbollah
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KGB
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Malcolm X
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Moiseyev, Mikhail, General (Chair, Armed Forces, Soviet Union)
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Moscow P.I.
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Nairobi
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NATO
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Reporters: Truth Seekers or Con Men
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Russian Mafia
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Soviet space program (Star City) (2 folders)
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Strong, Morgan
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Tashkent
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El Topo Guno
 
1990
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250,000 a day
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Antarctica
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Aral Sea
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Brazil (Collor de Mello)
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Canada health care
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Champion Research
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Clark, Cherie
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Clifford, Clark (book on Vietnam era) (2 folders)
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Drugs-High cost drugs
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Gorbachevs
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India
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Intifada
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Japanese-More neighborly
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Jesuits
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Lawyers feast
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The Joker-Jack Nicholson
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Mammogram
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Nomenklatura
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Noriega, Manuel
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Ostrovski, Victor (and the Mossad)
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Patent theft
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Pentagon Santa
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Pola, Roberto (2 folders)
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Russians in Israel
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Solti, Sir Georg
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Sununu, John
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Syria (President Hafez Al Assad)
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Thompson, John
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Yetnikoff
 
1991
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American War Profiteers/We Armed Iraq
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Arafat, Yasser
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Cuba and Fidel Castro
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Hill, Anita
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Malcolm X
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Nomenklatura
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Olympics
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Silent Coup (Book on Watergate by Robert Gettlin and Len Colodny) (Canceled)
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Animal Liberation Front
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Baghdad Revisited
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Goodwill Industries
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Great Giveaway
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Hussein, Saddam
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Kessler (David) and the FDA)
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Mandelas
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Powell, Colin
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Rooney, Mickey (includes audio cassette)
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Wilder, Douglas
 
1992
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Douglas, Kirk (Aired November 8, 1992)
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Female Circumcision
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Haiti
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Smith, Charles (Drug Dealer and Washington, D.C. Police Cadet)
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South Africa and F. W. De Klerk
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Yeltsin, Boris
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Bankruptcy
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China
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Dahmer, Jeffrey
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Drogoul, Christopher
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Drug pricing
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Firesafe cigarettes
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Lawyers fees (2 folders)
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Miscellaneous
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Moyers, Bill
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Nolte, Nick
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Solti, Sir Georg
 
1993
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"CIA's Cocaine," aired November 21
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"Crime and Punishment" (California Prison System), aired December 26, 1993
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Cuba and Fidel Castro
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General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
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Holland, Joe (Harvard Law School graduate opened a Ben & Jerry's franchise in Harlem)
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Iraq and Saddam Hussein
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"Mitch Snyder's Legacy" (homeless shelter in Washington, D.C.), aired December 12
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"Rogue Cop" (Michael Dowd a policeman who stole and dealt drugs in New York City), aired October 17
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Seabeco and Borris Birhstein
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Tailhook (2 folders)
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United Nations
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United States v. E. Robert Wallach
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Arafat, Yasser
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Childnapping in Bogota
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Clinton, Hilary Rodham
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Cocaine
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Electromagnetic radiation in Moscow
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Emergency Room Medicine
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Free trade ripoff
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Haiti
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Jacobs, Dr. Joe
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Livingston, Robert
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Porcello, Reginald
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Red mercury
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Roseanne (Roseanne Arnold)
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Sessions, William
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South Africa
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Walsh, Lawrence
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Weizman, Ezer
 
1994
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Astronauts
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China
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Clipper Chip and Digital Technology
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"El Sayyid Nosiar's Notebook" (notebook seized from the apartment of one of the men involved with the 1992 bombing of the World Trade Center), aired November 13, 1994 1992-1994
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"Exercise in Hypocrisy" (War Crimes Tribunal), aired October 2, 1994
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Farrakhan, Louis
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Ferguson, Colin (opened fire on Long Island Rail Road train)
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Funding the Jewish Right in Israel
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"Gene from Limone" (mutant gene in Limone helps prevent heart attacks), aired October 16, 1994
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"Girl Next Door" (Kelly Michaels, accused of child abuse), aired rerun April 10, 1994, September 4, 1994
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Grady Family (Coast Guard family and accusations of fraternization), aired February 20, 1994
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Holocaust Denial, aired March 20, 1994
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"Jeanne Moreau," aired November 27, 1994
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"Jennifer Harbury" (wife of Guatemalan guerrilla commander said to be dead by the Guatemalan army, goes on hunger strike in belief he is still alive), aired November 6, 1994
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Hezbollah/Syria/Lebanon/Beirut (1 folder, 1 folder)
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Kennedy (Robert F.) assassination
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Medicaid and HMOs
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Moussavi, Kaveh (life threatened because he refused to pay $1 million bribe from IBM to the Mexican government), aired May 1994 (3 folders)
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New Orleans Police Department
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Orphan Drugs
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Patriot Games
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"Solzhenitsyn" (Alexander Solzhenitsyn), aired April 24, 1994
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"Up in Smoke" (Cigarettes and fire), aired March 27, 1994 (2 folders)
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Violence in America
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Vogels, Herb and Dorothy (patrons of the arts)
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Wachner, Linda
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Worby, Rachael
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Who's the Enemy? (CIA, Aldrich Ames, etc.)
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Woodward, Bob (speaking on his new book on President Bill Clinton), aired June 5, 1994
 
1995
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Ballotechnics
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Brokers
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"Catholics, The," aired April 16, 1995
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Chandler, Ronnie (Convicted and sentenced to death under federal drug-king-pin law) (2 folders)
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"Christiane Amanpour," aired May 14, 1995
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Deutsch, John (CIA director)
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"He Says, She Says" (Ann Richards and Mario Cuomo), aired March 12, 1995
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"Highway Robbery" (Cybercrime), aired February 26, 1995
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Jury System
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"Last Time We Saw Paris," (a look at the city of Paris), aired December 3, 1995
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North Korea (2 folders)
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"President Phil Gramm," aired February 19, 1995
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"Riccardo Muti" (La Scala's musical director) aired May 21, 1995
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Rostenkowski
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Shabazz, Qubilah
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Sirhan, Sirhan
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Swiss Jews
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"Tales from the Dirty War" (Argentina), aired April 4, 1995
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"Tom Daschle is Missing" (Crash of B&L Aviation plane, company had history of poor inspections; Tom Daschle had been fighting to make inspections easier for B&L), aired February 5, 1995
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"Washington Station" (Headquarters of the KGB in the United States), aired March 5, 1995
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"We are the Church" (Catholic Church and Change), aired January 22, 1995
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Xiaoping, Deng
 
1996
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Brown, Larry (includes personal information)
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Cleaver, Eldridge
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"Conspiracy to Kill Hitler," aired July 14, 1996
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"Germ Warfare," aired February 18, 1996
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"Jeffrey Wigand" (Brown and Williamson whistleblower), aired February 4, 1996

(also related tobacco stories)

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"Kidnapped" (Tom Hargrove, how was kidnapped and held for ransom for a year in Colombia), aired January 14, 1996
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Libya
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"Lost Commandos" (Vietnamese commando program), aired May 5, 1996
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"Mexico and Citibank" (Lawsuit related to Citibank's transfers of money for Raul Salinas, brother of former Mexican president), aired June 23, 1996
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Miscellaneous
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Monaco
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North Korea
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"Piece of the Rock" (Investigation of Prudential's practices), aired June 2, 1996
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"Richard LaPointe" (Investigation of LaPointe's conviction for murder in Connecticut), aired June 30, 1996

(includes audio cassette)

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Russia's Health Care Crisis
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"Sharks Don't Get Cancer" Update
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Tijuana
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"Tipping the Scales" (Jury nullification), aired March 10, 1996
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Turner, Ted
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Washington, D.C. (Third-World aspects)
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"William Pierce, Ph.D." (author of "The Turner Diaries" a book that described events similar to what happened in the Oklahoma City bombing), aired May 19, 1996
 
1997
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"Annick" (Story of Annick Hollister, woman living with schizophrenia), aired May 18, 1997
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"Battle of Gettysburg" (Hazardous waste and Superfund cleanup), aired October 26, 1997
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Bovine Growth Hormone
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"Code Blue" (Babies of Air Force employees going 'Code Blue'), aired December 14, 1997
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Drug-Impaired Doctors
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Freeh, Louis
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Hussein, Saddam
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"Innocents Abroad" (Americans imprisoned abroad, including Jim Williams, imprisoned in Ecuador), aired November 16, 1997
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"Land Mines," aired September 14, 1997 (2 folders)
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"Mr. Campaign Reform" (John McCain), aired October 12, 1997
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Monopolies and Israel and Palestine
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"MPD" (Report on Multiple Personality Disorder), aired November 30, 1997
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"North of the Border" (Corruption in the customs office at the U.S.-Mexican border), aired (includes legal documents related to Rudy Camacho v. CBS Inc.) April 20, 1997 [Closed until December 1, 2030]
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"Quick Cash" (Pawnshop crime), aired December 21, 1997
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Rubin, Edward (Update)
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Salinas, Raul
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"Secrets and Lies" (Story of adoption by the Juman family, lack of full disclosure on the part of the adoption agency), aired September 21, 1997
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SPV-30 (AIDS drug)
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Tenet, George
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"Tobacco Tapes" (Tobacco and disease and the tobacco companies' denial of tobacco's role in causing disease), aired May 4, 1997
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Transplants (2 folders)
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"Wall, The" (The Wall of Liberty, conceived to honor WWII veterans of the European theater and the private organization -- the Battle of Normandy Foundation -- that solicited donations but never built the wall), aired February 23, 1997
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"Who is Webb Hubbell?," aired April 6, 1997
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"Who's Poisoning the Children" (Haitian children who died from diethylene glycol poisonings), aired September 28, 1997
 
1998
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AIDS and Africa
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Alderson, Joseph (Whistleblower on hospitals cheating Medicare out of money)
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Annan, Kofi and Peacekeeping Trip to Iraq
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Autopsies
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Avondale Shipyard (outside New Orleans) and Congressman David Livingstone
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"Back to My Lai," aired March 29, 1998
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"Bobby McFerrin," aired January 4, 1998
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Borders, Ila (Woman pitching in professional minor league baseball)
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"Candace Bergen/Murphy Brown," aired May 3, 1998
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Corcoran (California) Prison
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"Deadly Trade in Fake Medicine," aired January 18, 1998
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"Double Standard" (female Navy pilots), aired April 19, 1998
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Gulag (Perm-35, Milton Lawson, and Soviet labor camp)
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Harbury, Jennifer (Update)
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"Helmet" (Story of Megan McAveney, a woman with epilepsy forced to wear a helmet while working for the CIA)
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Heston, Charlton
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Humboldt County Logging Activism
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Hoffa, Jim
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"I.G." (immune globulin shortage), aired April 26, 1998
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Kim, Dae Jung
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Lott, Trent
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Loutchansky, Grigori (Founder of Nordex company, highly investigated by intelligence officials for KGB ties, linked to arms, nuclear and drug smuggling, money laundering) (2 folders)
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Marsalis, Wynton
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McGwire, Mark
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Milosevic, Slobodan and wife Mira Markovic
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Moon, Sun Myung (Founder of Unification church)
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Operation Storm (Croatia)
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Payola Justice (Texas Supreme Court and payoffs)
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"Politics, Privacy and the Pub" (Ray Flynn and The Boston Globe), aired April 12, 1998
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Quinn, Rita
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"Real March Madness" (Fresno State Bulldogs and accusations of sheltering criminals on the team), aired March 15, 1998
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Rosenthal, Mark (Whistleblower regarding corruption in the New York City union)
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"Sexuality 101" (Teaching gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender studies on college campuses), aired March 22, 1998
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Smoking and Impotence
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Spielberg, Steven
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Tripp, Linda
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"Where do you Draw the Line?" (The Globe and Khalid Khawar, accused of assassinating Robert Kennedy), aired February 8, 1998
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"Who is Vernon Jordan?," aired February 15, 1998
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Yandle, Joseph (Commutation of sentence)
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Zemin, Jiang
 
1999
Box   130  
ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) and Dr. Kevorkian
Box   130  
Ashby, Richard and Marine Corps Flight that Collided with a Ski Gondola in Italy
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Burnett, Carol
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Chung, Johnny (Democratic Fundraiser)
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Colombia (Politics and Economics)
Box   130  
DNA Testing of Criminals
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Donna and Ricardo's Baby Update
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Dr. Shannon (Mass. General Hospital) and Death of Baby Lisa
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Duff, Patricia and the Ronald Perelman Custody Trial
Box   130  
Gun Control
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Haiti and Checchi Consulting's Handling of USAID Contract
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Hiett, Laurie (Drug-smuggling wife of army colonel in charge of waging campaign against drug-smuggling in Colombia)
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Hit Man (Follow-up to "Murder By the Books" story)
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Interclaim and Blair Down (Company founded by Martin Kenney to return money to victims and its dealings with the Blair Down case)
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International Heritage, Inc. and Pyramid Scheme
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Kipp Academy, Houston (Public school in which students, parents and teachers commit themselves to improving performance)
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Lee, Wen Ho
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Medi-Cal (Medicare Fraud)
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Murray, Lacresha (Case of 11-year-old girl charged with capital murder in Texas)
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Parcells, Bill (Football coach)
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Purdue Farms and Tyson Foods and Working Conditions
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Seniors and Drugs
 
2000
Box   130  
Individual Indian Money Trusts and the Federal Government
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Mining and Mountain Top Removal (Coal in West Virginia)
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Westinghouse Savannah River Company and Radioactive Exposure in South Carolina (2 folders)
 
2001
Box   130  
Germ Warfare
 
2002
Box   130  
Dean, John
 
Various years 1990s
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"Poor Man's Atom Bomb" proposed story from B. Turpin (1 volume)
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"Face of the Enemy" (re. Radovan Karadzic) (1 volume)
Box   150  
Henry Kissinger (news clippings)
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Louis Farrakhan transcripts April 2, 1996 (1 volume)
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Maxwell Air Force Base-Michael Beckelic October 27, 1997 (1 volume)

(re Air Force medical technician accused of poisoning newborn infants)

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Murder by the book March 2, 1997 (2 volumes, 1 folder)

(re how-to manual for a Hit Man)

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Kelly Michaels
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Internet
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Don Imus
Box   151  
Battle of Normandy Foundation
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Tijuana
Box   151  
Robert Casey
Box   151  
Mexico briefing book
Box   151  
Freemen (organization)
Box   151  
Sexuality classes at universities
Box   151  
Candice Bergen
Box   151  
Charlton Heston and the NRA (2 folders)
Box   151  
Ward Connerly
Box   151  
Mines 1995
Box   151  
Jury nullification
Box   151  
Vanessa Redgrave/Natasha Richardson
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Salman Rushdie
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FDR Memorial May 2, 1997
Box   151  
Ila Borders
Box   151  
Rick Nuccio
Box   151  
Miscellaneous
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Richard Jewell and the Atlanta Olympics (2 folders)  [Closed until December 1, 2030]
Box   152  
Rupert Murdock
Box   152  
Vietnam retrospective (1 volume)
Box   152  
B & L Aviation and the Senator (1 volume)
Box   152  
Cigarette smuggling-briefing book (1 volume)
Box   152  
Ray Flynn and the Boston Globe (1 volume)
Box   152  
Navy and women pilots (1 volume)
Box   152  
Texas (1 volume)
Box   152  
False Memories (1 volume)
Box   152  
My Lai (1 volume)
Box   155  
Story list

(includes listing of MW stories, vols. 8-32)

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Mel Stuart Productions, Inc.
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Learning the hard way (regarding California schools)
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Osprey aircraft (memo and clippings)
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Rupert Murdock letter
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"Needles" February 25, 2001

(re needle-stick accidents)

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Billy Jack (Tom Laughlin)
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South Africa
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Marc Rich
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Hugh Rodham
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"Baby killer" (case of Brenda Snyder) (3 folders)
Box   155  
Turner diaries
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Jules B. Kroll
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Kofi Annan
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CIA
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September 20th special
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Afransiabi, Kaveh L.
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Jesuits (sexual harassment)
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Detainees
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Julia Roberts
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Newt Gingrich
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Torture (use by FBI)
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Richard Salant memoirs
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Jim Hougan
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"Skin and bones" (2 folders)
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"Cypherpunks"
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Judge Brugiere
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Grandmere (introduction written by MW to book)
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U.S.S. Liberty
Box   155  
Pete Earley
Box   155  
Joseph Salvati (2 folders)
Box   156  
Mel Brooks 2001
Box   156  
Saudi Arabia (American citizens being held against their will) 2001
Box   156  
Red Cross 2002
Box   156  
Olympic Games (and Tom Welch)
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KGB-CIA-Garrison (Kennedy assassination) 2001 (2 folders)
Box   156  
Smallpox
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CIA 2000
Box   156  
Aljazeera 2001
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Catherine Reynolds Foundation (3 folders)
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Bernard Kerik