Charles Paul Freund

Charles Paul Freund is a senior editor at Reason magazine. He writes regularly for Beirut's Daily Star about cultural issues in the Middle East.

Culturebox
Aug. 27 2003 7:59 PMThe Pentagon's Film FestivalA primer for The Battle of Algiers.
Articles
June 7 2000 3:00 AMThe End of MysteryThe encroachment of science on fantasy's last redoubts.  
High Concept
July 2 1998 3:30 AMListlessnessThe cultural anomie induced by the AFI's top 100 film picks.
The Breakfast Table
June 23 1999 1:06 AMDissecting the Day's News
Articles
Aug. 2 1997 3:30 AMSo Are the Neanderthals Still Jews?And other revelations culled from history's big secrets.
Assessment
June 15 1997 3:30 AMShooting Pool With Joe CamelAnd where he stands between Marlboro and Mayakovsky.
The Big Picture
Nov. 22 1996 3:30 AMVietnam's Most Harrowing Photo: From Guilt to Grace
Culturebox
Jan. 18 2002 11:04 AMWonders Never CeaseDestruction was the luckiest thing to happen to the Buddhas of Bamiyan.
High Concept
July 31 1998 3:30 AMMissing LinksThe vast international conspiracy behind the Zapruder film.
Articles
May 10 1998 3:30 AMPortraits of a Political PuzzleYou know Donna Rice. Why don't you know Debra Schiff?
Articles
Oct. 19 1997 3:30 AMThe Taste for Taboo
Articles
June 29 1997 3:30 AMAlas, Poor JournalismOne Year of Slate
The Big Picture
Jan. 25 1997 3:30 AMWhat Lincoln Bedroom?Washington sleeps through its own history.
High Concept
Oct. 17 1996 3:30 AMGreat Awful BooksLiterature isn't about bad books, but history frequently is.

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Doublex

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  News & Politics
History
Sept. 29 2014 11:45 PM The Self-Made Man The story of America’s most pliable, pernicious, irrepressible myth.
  Business
Moneybox
Sept. 29 2014 7:01 PM We May Never Know If Larry Ellison Flew a Fighter Jet Under the Golden Gate Bridge
  Life
Dear Prudence
Sept. 30 2014 6:00 AM Drive-By Bounty Prudie advises a woman whose boyfriend demands she flash truckers on the highway.
  Double X
Doublex
Sept. 29 2014 11:43 PM Lena Dunham, the Book More shtick than honesty in Not That Kind of Girl.
  Slate Plus
Slate Fare
Sept. 29 2014 8:45 AM Slate Isn’t Too Liberal, but … What readers said about the magazine’s bias and balance.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 29 2014 9:06 PM Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice Looks Like a Comic Masterpiece
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 29 2014 11:56 PM Innovation Starvation, the Next Generation Humankind has lots of great ideas for the future. We need people to carry them out.
  Health & Science
Medical Examiner
Sept. 29 2014 11:32 PM The Daydream Disorder Is sluggish cognitive tempo a disease or disease mongering?
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 28 2014 8:30 PM NFL Players Die Young. Or Maybe They Live Long Lives. Why it’s so hard to pin down the effects of football on players’ lives.