Henry Luce's magazines were shaped by the Time founder's "commitment, energy, moral inquiry, and high purpose; and ... arrogance, impatience, didacticism, and occasional dogmatism."
Henry Luce's magazines were shaped by "the best of his missionary temperament—commitment, energy, moral inquiry, and high purpose; and . . . the worst as well—arrogance, impatience, didacticism, and occasional dogmatism." Luce was "a passionately patriotic man" who "loved America and he idealized it." He would often use his magazines as vehicles for the promotion of his own ideas and his favored political candidates.
- The EAST reactor was able to heat hydrogen to temperatures exceeding 100 million degrees Celsius.
- Nuclear fusion could someday provide the planet with a virtually limitless supply of clean energy.
- During the Vietnam War, Robert McNamara began a program called Project 100,000.
- Women and nonwhite candidates made record gains in the 2018 midterms.
- In total, almost half of the newly elected Congressional representatives are not white men.
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