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What happened on March 27, 2005

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  • A self-made hero to the left William Pfaff, William Pfaff is the author, most recently, of "The Bullet's Song: Romantic Violence and Utopia."

  • The private agony of royal daughters Kathryn Shevelow, Kathryn Shevelow, an associate professor of British literature at UC San Diego, is the author of the forthcoming "Charlotte: Being a True Account of an Actress's Flamboyant Adventures in Eighteenth-Century London's Wild and Wicked Theatrical World."

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  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds

  • Poets' Corner Carol Muske-Dukes

  • Our Founding Mothers Ruth Rosen, Ruth Rosen, a former professor of history at UC Davis, is a senior fellow at the Rockridge Institute and author of "The World Split Open: How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America."

  • Cryptic creation and the brain that hatched it Michael Haag, Michael Haag is the author of "The Rough Guide to 'The Da Vinci Code'" and "Alexandria: City of Memory."

  • A faith-based view of history Jason Berry, Jason Berry is the author of several books, including "Vows of Silence: The Abuse of Power in the Papacy of John Paul II," "Lead Us Not Into Temptation" and "The Spirit of Black Hawk."

  • The streets get meaner Dick Lochte, Dick Lochte is a critic of crime fiction and the coauthor, with Christopher Darden, of "Lawless."

  • The heart of the matter Bernadette Murphy, Bernadette Murphy is a regular contributor to the Book Review and the author of "Zen and the Art of Knitting," a work of narrative nonfiction.

  • He put the 'sweet' in the sweet science Walter Bernstein, Walter Bernstein is a veteran journalist and screenwriter and the author of "Inside Out: A Memoir of the Blacklist."

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