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June/September 1994

About the contributors


The New War on Poverty

Poverty and Power  James Jennings

The Atlanta Project Shepard Barbash
Rebuilding Boston  T. Charlotte Kahn
Reweaving the Soical Fabric  Ernesto Cortes Jr.


Essays

Where's the Left in Nicaragua and El Salvador   Jack Spence
Fiftenn years after the victory of the Nicaraguan Revolution, the left is in trouble at the ballot box in Nicaragua and El Salvador.

On Film: Spielberg's Success    Alan A. Stone
A review of Schindler's List.

A Matter of Life and Death    Gerard Piel
What can be done now to head off a disastrous world population explosion?


Fiction

Adultery    Patricia Traxler


Poetry

Poet's Sampler: Mark Turpin, introduced by Robert Pinsky
The Not-Yet Child Joshua Weiner
Students Bruce Smith
Severance Steven Cramer


Reviews

Who Cares About Voting Rights?    Mark Tushnet
A review of Lani Guinier's The Tyranny of the Majority

Explaining Los Angeles    Marc Haefele
A review of Mike Davis' City of Quartz and David Riff's Los Angeles: Capital of the Third World

Poetry
Poetry Microreviews

Prose
Andre Klavan: The Shrieking of the Lambs

Prose Microreviews



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