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June 30, 2011
  
  
Steven Beschloss
Steven Beschloss has contributed to The New York Times, The New Republic, Parade and The Chicago Tribune, among other publications. He is the author of "ADRIFT: Charting Our Course Back to a Great Nation."

Articles by Steven Beschloss

Politics-U.S.
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 2087 WORDS
Why it's never been more important to open America's university doors wider to the best and brightest.
Only available in U.S. and Canada.

Travel
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 2086 WORDS
While Arizona's special quality is tied to nature and geography and visions of prehistoric times, it's also influenced by exotica of the man-made world.
Second U.S. and all other rights available.

Life
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 1399 WORDS
The Finnish company, famous for its printed fabrics and frocks, plans to attract more international customers.
Second rights available.

  
Food & WineHealth
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 1443 WORDS
Not to be confused with the diluted dishes typically summarized as "spa food," Heinz Winkler´┐Żs gastronomic world of cuisine vitale combines the simplicity of fresh ingredients and a deep knowledge of flavor with an artful mastery of preparation.
Second North American and all other rights available.

LifeSportsTravel
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 2116 WORDS
Meadowood, an elegant Napa Valley retreat, may be one of the only resorts in the world to employ a croquet pro, who teaches guests the finer points of the lawn game.
Second North American and all other rights available. Not available in Hong Kong.

InternationalBooks
STEVEN BESCHLOSS, 1685 WORDS
Since 1993, Mortenson has engaged in a struggle to build nearly 80 schools in some of the most remote and dangerous spots on the planet.
Second U.S. and all other rights available.