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TELEVISION: KEN BURNS: DOMESTICATED DARING

Lewis and Clark--the names rise dimly from an elementary school textbook along with an illustration of two white men in a canoe. Explorers. The Northwest...

Notebook: Feb. 2, 1998

WINNERS & LOSERS DYNAMIC DUOS--AND NOT SO DYNAMIC ONES [WINNERS] LEWIS & CLARK Lewinsky went from this small college to the White House. Not bad--depending on...

Books: Model Expedition

LEWIS AND CLARK: PARTNERS IN DEMOCRACY (512 pp.)—John Bakeless—Morrow ($5). On May 14, 1804, the Lewis & Clark expedition set out from its camp near St...

Education: Courageous College

The future never looked darker for the business of U.S. higher education (see col. 1). So the obstinately optimistic citizens of Portland, Ore. (home of one of...

The Press: Helena Locals

Last week the citizens of Helena, Mont, (pop.: 11,803) learned that their infantile paralysis epidemic was serious but not alarming. Labor trouble was...

Lewis and Clark

There are so many lessons and morals to be drawn from the expedition of Lewis and Clark that each generation tends to pick a new one according to its temperament...

Travel: 12 Terrific Train Trips

Airplanes are faster, automobiles more adaptable. Yet more and more Americans--a 17% rise in the past four years--are choosing to take their vacations on the...

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Lewis & Clark: The Ultimate Adventure

Lewis and Clark braved the unknown waters of the Missouri to chart America's future. As we approach the 200th anniversary of their sojourn, TIME reflects upon...

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