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  • Poor Priorities?

    Washington Monthly profiles Donald Peterson, president of Ford Motor Co., and tells how he was able to buck tradition within the conservative company, introduce some innovation in its style of business, and turn around Ford's financial decline.
  • The Arizona Project

    IRE Arizona Project follows the trail of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles' murder and discovers a ubiquitous network of organized crime tainting nearly every aspect of Arizona government and business, including the judiciary, real estate and public works; reveals lively underworld of drug smuggling, gambling and prostitution; investigation yields first documented connection between major heroin producer and organized crime figure. (Supplement: conference, 1985.)