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The Man with the Plan

Emory alumnus and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich 65C sees himself as a historian who’s also a visionary. He’s even willing to admit he’s made a few mistakes along the way. Will his new “tripartisan” approach to everything from education to health care mobilize the masses, or is it just politics as usual? Story

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Being Dr. Gupta

Even as he travels the globe as chief medical correspondent for CNN, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery Sanjay Gupta stays grounded by caring for patients at Grady Memorial Hospital.

Panel at a town hall meeting, including Emory professor Art Kellermann

Health of a Nation

In recent months, health care reform has dominated politics, media coverage, and water cooler conversation. Emory experts weigh in on how the “pink elephant in the room” clambered to the top of the country’s domestic agenda.

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Inside the Debate

Public and private perspectives on health care reform.

From left, J. B. Kurish, associate dean of Goizueta Business School; NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer; and Goizueta Dean Lawrence Benveniste help to close the New York Stock Exchange on September 2.

Across the Board

New York Stock Exchange CEO Duncan Niederauer 85MBA keeps the Big Board alight with a deep appreciation for its past—and a vision for its future.


Say you want an evolution?

When I sat down with history professor Patrick Allitt a few weeks ago to talk about his latest book, The Conservatives, one of my questions for him was how conservatism has benefited America during the past two centuries. He was quick to point out that conservative forces have helped to create an incredibly stable political system and that, in stark contrast to much of the rest of the world, orderly elections rather than violent revolutions bring about regime change in this country. More



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