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March 8, 1993
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by Nicole Hollander, pp. 4-5 -
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by Woody Igou, pp. 6-7 -
by Pat Aufderheide, p. 8 -
by J.A. Reid, p. 9 -
by Joel Bleifuss, p. 10 -
by Miles Harvey, pp. 10-11 -
by Joel Bleifuss, p. 12 -
by Peter Hannan, p. 13 -
The Great Leap Forward
by John B. Judis, pp. 14-16 -
For All Its Drawbacks, Clinton's Economic Plan Deserves Support.
by Robin Epstein, pp. 17-19 -
A Milwaukee Group Offers a Working Model for Change.
The New Transportation Secretary's Political Jet Lag
by Daniel Lazare, pp. 20-22 -
United Mine Workers' New Approach to Cooperation
by David Moberg, pp. 23-25 -
Black Panther Movement Revisited
by Salim Muwakkil, pp. 26-27 -
Mexico's Electoral Circle Game
by Ilan Stavans, pp. 28-29 -
East European Anti-Semitism
by Paul Hockenos, pp. 30-31 -
How Hatred of "Jewishness" Thrives in a Region with Few Jews.
Film: Falling Down
by Pat Dowell, pp. 32-33 -
Falling Down, by Joel Schumacher
by Joel Schumacher
Salman Rushdie's Literary Exile in Oz
by Ilan Stavans, p. 34 -
The Wizard of Oz, by Salman Rushdie
The Wizard of Oz
by Salman Rushdie
The End of the '60s?
by Patrick M. Quinn, p. 35 -
Rads, by Tom Bates
by Tom Bates
Women and AIDS
by Eleanor J. Bader, p. 36 -
The Invisible Epidemic, by Gena Corea
The Invisible Epidemic
by Gena Corea
, pp. 37-38 -
, pp. 39-40 -
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