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The Dalai Lama posed for a portrait on Feb. 18 in Dharamsala

IN ADDITION TO CO-FOUNDING TIME—96 years ago this week—Henry Luce is most famous for articulating his vision of the American Century. And while that vision takes its name from the U.S., its real focus—closely informed by his formative years abroad in China as the

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