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    1. The glowing controversy over Thomas Kinkade
      Reason
      , October 2000, pp. 54-55 - PDF
    2. No Through Street
      Reason
      , February 2005, pp. 62-64 - PDF
    3. Should the Taliban-destroyed Buddhas be rebuilt?
      Reason
      , February 2002, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    4. From car wreck to objet d'art
      Reason
      , May 2002, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    5. Frank Lloyd Wright's old dream for a new Iraq
      Reason
      , November 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    6. When exposed breasts were in style
      Reason
      , August 2004, pp. 74-76 - PDF
    7. Was there math in Jackson Pollock's method?
      Reason
      , April 2002, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    8. What's wrong with D.C.'s Kennedy Center?
      Reason
      , April 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    9. What cleaning Michelangelo's David reveals
      Reason
      , October 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    10. Authoritarian regimes play make-believe
      Reason
      , August 2002, pp. 82-84 - PDF
    11. Putting motion into architecture
      Reason
      , June 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    12. Ketchup, ice cream, and identity politics
      Reason
      , October 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    13. Greece's colossal answer to Mt. Rushmore
      Reason
      , November 2002, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    14. Will software replace artistic "genius"?
      Reason
      , November 2001, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    15. The ever-evolving meaning of archaic Asian art
      Reason
      , March 2005, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    16. The high price of archaeological theft
      Reason
      , February 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    17. London's Orwellian surveillance posters
      Reason
      , January 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    18. Why the art world covets demented "outsiders."
      Reason
      , Aug/Sept 2001, pp. 82-83 - PDF
    19. Do flying wizards dumb down movie audiences
      Reason
      , May 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    20. Why the state prefers meaningless art
      Reason
      , May 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    21. The evolution of the action figure
      Reason
      , March 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    22. J. Edgar Hoover's shifting public personae.
      Reason
      , October 2001, pp. 66-67 - PDF
    23. The exaggerated death of classical music.
      Reason
      , January 2002, pp. 74-75 - PDF
    24. Destroying a dictator---with hot sauce
      Reason
      , July 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    25. The developing world's novel use for rubbers
      Reason
      , November 2004, pp. 74-76 - PDF
    26. The changing meaning of an enduring political image
      Reason
      , December 2003, pp. 82-84 - PDF
    27. How cell phones really send messages
      Reason
      , April 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    28. Who says art is indispensible?
      Reason
      , June 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    29. 9/11, "great" art, and the mass murder of Americans
      Reason
      , December 2002, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    30. Mecca-Cola's sweet brand of anti-Americanism
      Reason
      , March 2003, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    31. The missing story behind looted Iraqi museums
      Reason
      , August 2003, pp. 74-76 - PDF
    32. Was J.M.W. Turner a genius or blind? Or both?
      Reason
      , February 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    33. Behold th Tholos, the high-tech panorama
      Reason
      , January 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    34. A beer company takes aim at a mayor
      Reason
      , July 2004, pp. 66-68 - PDF
    35. A War Fueled by Imagery
      Reason
      , June 1999, pp. 44-47 - PDF
    36. What it takes to run for president in an age of media intimacy
      Reason
      , May 2004, pp. 34-41 - PDF
    37. The many meanings of Mount Rushmore
      Reason
      , February 2003, pp. 64-65 - PDF
    38. How Commerce Cultivate Art
      Reason
      , June 1998, pp. 24-33 - PDF
    39. The Skeleton in Environmentalism's Closet is Nature.
      Reason
      , April 1997, pp. 52-53 - PDF
    40. Booked Up
      Reason
      , March 1998, p. 16 - PDF
    41. The FX Files
      Reason
      , July 1998, p. 19 - PDF
    42. Supervising Smoking
      Reason
      , Aug/Sept 1998, p. 18 - PDF
    43. Brand X
      Reason
      , Aug/Sept 1998, p. 19 - PDF
    44. Netbrow
      Reason
      , October 1998, p. 17 - PDF
    45. On the Road
      Reason
      , November 1998, p. 13 - PDF
    46. His Cartesian Way
      Reason
      , December 1998, p. 15 - PDF
    47. Frog=Beer=Woman
      Reason
      , January 1999, p. 10 - PDF
    48. Bill? (Gasp!) Monica? (Sigh!)
      Reason
      , January 1999, p. 13 - PDF
    49. Books Galore
      Reason
      , March 1999, p. 13 - PDF
    50. Where's Pa?
      Reason
      , March 1999, p. 16 - PDF