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THE NATION: MacArthur to Red China

For one day last week, the U.S. dared to hope that there might be a way to end the deadlock in Korea, put an end to the fighting which was costing so much,...

World: MacArthur's Legend

The men on Bataan kept watching for him. Once in a while he would come around. Everything about him-the angle of his heavily braided cap, the swing of his...

General Douglas MacArthur

The task of reconstructing Europe after World War II was divvied up among the handful of victorious nations. But in the Pacific, the job of rebuilding Japan...

National Affairs: Another MacArthur

To be U.S. Ambassador to Japan, the President last week chose a career diplomat with a historic name: Douglas Mac-Arthur II. The name (for his uncle) may...

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Photo Essays

LIFE With Horace the Housebroken Hare

Carl Mydans belongs on anyone’s short list of the 20th century’s finest photojournalists. The Boston native chronicled downtrodden migrant farmers in New England...

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