46 Years of Phoenix Covers

A trip through the Phoenix cover archives
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 13, 2012
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Before he owned the joint, publisher Stephen M. Mindich started at Boston After Dark as a theater reviewer. Later, during a business deal gone sour, he briefly published a weekly called — after Ben Franklin — Boston Occurrences.
READ: "A New Beginning: Letter From the Publisher," by Stephen M. Mindich
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  • Robert McNamara, RIP
    As secretary of defense under President Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert McNamara prosecuted the Vietnam War on a day-to-day basis, just as Donald Rumsfeld orchestrated the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq for George W. Bush.
  • Hoover? Damn!
    It doesn't matter how many negative ads are broadcast or how many moose are slain on the tundra, candidates and their actions don't transform our politics nearly as much as outside events and circumstances do.  
  • Does Obama have the cojones to win?
    To make sense of this bizarre and dispiriting moment in American politics, here are the things one needs to appreciate.
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