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Then, on the Library page, Clipboard items may be moved into the Library, once again either by dragging/dropping or by tagging. The primary purpose of the Clipboard is to serve as a temporary-storage conduit for the Library.
 
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Decade 1990s Left Archives
 
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The various dropdown Selection Fields in the Control Bar allow different filtering of the content material shown on the screen while generally providing a numerical quantifier of number of different items.
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The Search/Browse fields, including Title, Author, Period, and Publication, located near the top of many pages serve a dual role.

As information is entered, the various various Cloud fields and any Listing dynamically readjust to reflect the filtering, with e.g. an Author Cloud displaying only those Authors whose names correspond to the letters in the Author field, and the publication Listing filtered by the letters in the Title field.

However, if the Search Button (or ENTER) is pressed, the same information in the fields, plus anything in the Text or extended fields, is used to run a full Search of all the material, and the Search Results displayed. However, in Search Mode, full words are required in the Title, Author, or Publication Fields.

Meanwhile, pressing the [+] to the right of the Search Button displays several additional fields that can be used to filter Searches.
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This Cloud allows the content displayed on the screen to be filtered by particular Year or Decade, with the relative size of the name indicating the volume of available material. The tint indicates what fraction of the material is readable for copyright reasons (bright blue means mostly readable, dark blue means substantially readable, and black means primarily unreadable.
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This Cloud allows the content displayed on the screen to be filtered by particular Type/Format, with the relative size of the name indicating the volume of available material. The tint indicates what fraction of the material is readable for copyright reasons (bright blue means mostly readable, dark blue means substantially readable, and black means primarily unreadable.

The Cloud is fully reactive, meaning that the displayed names immediately adjust as information is entered into the Period fields, or other selections are made.
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This Cloud allows the content displayed on the screen to be filtered by particular Topic/Genre, with the relative size of the name indicating the volume of available material. The tint indicates what fraction of the material is readable for copyright reasons (bright blue means mostly readable, dark blue means substantially readable, and black means primarily unreadable.

The Cloud is fully reactive, meaning that the displayed names immediately adjust as information is entered into the Period fields, or other selections are made.
Left/Liberal Authors - 1990s
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This Author Cloud provides easy access to the hundreds of thousands of different Authors in UNZ.org, with the relative size of the name indicating the volume of available material. The tint indicates what fraction of the material is readable for copyright reasons (bright blue means mostly readable, dark blue means substantially readable, and black means primarily unreadable.

The Cloud is fully reactive, meaning that the displayed names immediately adjust as information is entered into the Author or Period fields, or other selections are made. The display itself may be collapsed by clicking the heading.
Left/Liberal Periodicals - 1990s
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This Cloud provides access to the hundreds of distinct periodicals contained in UNZ.org, with the relative size of the name indicating the volume of available material. The tint indicates what fraction of the material is readable for copyright reasons (bright blue means mostly readable, dark blue means substantially readable, and black means primarily unreadable.

The Cloud is fully reactive, meaning that the displayed names immediately adjust as information is entered into the Publication or Period fields, or other selections are made. The display itself may be collapsed by clicking the heading.
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Left/Liberal Articles - 1990s
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This selection provides a Listing of the publications displayed on the screen, with the default ordering being alphabetically by title. Clicking on a given item takes you to that page, while readable items have a PDF next to them, immediately opening the PDF.

This Listing is fully reactive, meaning that the items shown immediately adjust as information is entered into the Title, Author, Period, or Publication fields at the top of the page, or other selections are made.

Any of these items may be added to the Clipboard at the top of the page either by dragging/dropping them or by checking the box to tag them and them pressing the appropriate button. Once located in the Clipboard, they transferred into a Library Shelf on the Library page.
  1. The Nation
    , April 1, 1991, p. 400
  2. In Person 
    Comic Contraire
    In These Times
    , November 13, 1991, pp. 4-5 - PDF
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    (Review)
    Brooklyn Boy, by Alan Lelchuk
    1. Brooklyn Boy by Alan Lelchuk
    The New Republic
    , February 5, 1990, pp. 38-39
  4. Business and the Failure of Health Reform
    1. Brooklyn Boy by Alan Lelchuk
    The American Prospect
    , Spring 1995, pp. 65-73
  5. Books & the Arts 
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    (Review)
    Hayduke Lives!, by Edward Abbey
    1. Hayduke Lives! by Edward Abbey
    The Nation
    , April 2, 1990, pp. 458-459
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    (Review)
    Run, Run, Run, by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The Monthly Review
    , October 1995, pp. 55-66
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Statesman
    , January 5, 1990, pp. 14-17
  7. The Bosnian debacle intensifies
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , June 19, 1995, pp. 7-8
  8. Meanwhile, in Northern Bosnia...
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , April 25, 1994, p. 7
  9. Is the adminitration at last making a gesture toward saving the Bosnians from genocide?...
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , February 28, 1994, pp. 7-9
  10. Family Feud, Saudi Style
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The Nation
    , December 30, 1991, pp. 844-845
  11. The liberal case for retrocession
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , December 5, 1994, p. 7
  12. From Martha Washington to Hillary Clinton, the peculiarly American institution of the F...
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , June 26, 1995, pp. 21-27
  13. The latest GOP panacea for deficit reductoin is eliminating whole Cabinet departments. ...
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , September 11, 1995, p. 16
  14. Why we're not going into Zaire and shouldn't have tried
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    The New Republic
    , December 9, 1996, p. 9
    1. Run, Run, Run by Jack Hoffman and Daniel Simon
    Commonweal
    , May 4, 1990, p. 278
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    (2 Reviews)
    The Story of Jane, by Laura Kaplan
    1. The Story of Jane by Laura Kaplan
    2. Why I Am an Abortion Doctor by Suzanne T. Poppema and Mike Henderson
    In These Times
    , April 15, 1996, pp. 32-33 - PDF
    1. The Story of Jane by Laura Kaplan
    2. Why I Am an Abortion Doctor by Suzanne T. Poppema and Mike Henderson
    The Nation
    , April 9, 1990, p. 477
  16. Back flips, somersaults, and other acrobatic contortions to watch for as the fall games...
    1. The Story of Jane by Laura Kaplan
    2. Why I Am an Abortion Doctor by Suzanne T. Poppema and Mike Henderson
    The New Republic
    , February 12, 1990, pp. 12-14
  17. Articles 
    Giving Women a Real Choice
    1. The Story of Jane by Laura Kaplan
    2. Why I Am an Abortion Doctor by Suzanne T. Poppema and Mike Henderson
    The Nation
    , May 28, 1990, pp. 732-734