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What happened on April 09, 2000

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  • Was Abraham Lincoln a Racist? ERIC FONER, Eric Foner is, most recently, the author of "The Story of American Freedom" (W.W. Norton). He is the DeWitt Clinton professor of history at Columbia University

  • Los Angeles Times Children's Bestsellers

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • The Information THOMAS LYNCH, Thomas Lynch is the author of "The Undertaking." His second collection of essays, "Bodies in Motion and at Rest," will be published in June

  • The Ruby Point JONATHAN LEVI

  • Sleep Drops Its Nets By Jean Valentine

  • Yin-Yang MICHAEL S. ROTH, Michael S. Roth is curator of the exhibition "Sigmund Freud: Conflict and Culture," at Skirball Cultural Center and is president-elect of the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland

  • First Fiction MARK ROZZO

  • An Opposing Woman LEE SIEGEL, Lee Siegel is a staff writer for Talk magazine, The New Republic and a contributing editor of Harper's

  • Cloak and Gown LEWIS LAPHAM, Lewis Lapham is the editor of Harper's. He is the author of numerous books, including "Money and Class in America," and "Waiting for the Barbarians." He most recently edited "The End of the World" (St. Martins)

  • The Way He Is DAVID EHRENSTEIN, David Ehrenstein is the author of "Open Secret: Gay Hollywood 1928-1998" and "The Scorsese Picture: The Art and Life of Martin Scorsese."

  • Musician of the Millennium TED LIBBEY, Ted Libbey is the author of "The NPR Guide to Building a Classical CD Collection" and the "NPR Encyclopedia of Classical Music." He is heard every week on National Public Radio's "Performance Today."

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