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D Magazine December 1990

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A LOOTER’S LEGACY

As a soldier in WW II, Joe Meador of Whitewright stole priceless art treasures from Germany. But that was only one of his secrets. Was he an art-loving patriot, or just a petty thief?
By Jeremy Leggatt
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BUSINESS If They Can Make It Here…

Will the minimalist chic of New York’s Barneys translate to froufrou Dallas?
By FRANK SOMMERFIELD
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EDITOR’S NOTE

ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS . . . IS A BREAST IMPLANT?
By Ruth Miller Fitzgibbons
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FIRST PERSON Oh… You Shouldn’t Have

Ye shall know them by what they give you- like it or not.
By SHEILA TAYLOR
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FLASHBACK

By Thomas H. Smith
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LOW PROFILE A Cosmic Willy Loman

Dallas’s oldest living Bohemian opens a shop in the West End.
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POLITICS Do Aliens Have Rights?

14-1 is just the start, say proponents of voting rights for resident aliens.
By Dennis Holder
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THE RIDDLE OF LARRY BARAKA

I don’t expect to be in politics very long, says Dallas’s controversial black Republican judge. But I have to be me for the rest of my life.
By Dennis Holder
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THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW

Eight years ago, Beth Rader was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, a mysterious, incurable disease that is stealing her mind and erasing her memory. Now she is helpless, like a child. But Frank Rader refuses to forget the woman she was.
By Rebecca Sherman
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we’re so VAIN

When it comes to physical perfection, all is vanity and all is definitely not fair. But if you weren’t born with it, buy it-everyone else is.
By Mary Brown Malouf