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Jan 1994/Dec 1995 Vol. XIX No. 6


Contents

Freedom Summers

Boston Freedom Summer '94 brought the spirit of Freedom Summer '64
to inner-city neighborhoods. Did it work?

Poetry and Fiction


Film

  • Spike Lee: Looking Back , by Alan A. Stone
    Crooklyn was a disaster. What has happened to the Spike Lee who made
    She's Gotta Have It and Do the Right Thing?


Books

  • Lesbian Fictions: Straight or Narrow? , by Kerry Fried
    Traditionally, lesbians have appeared in fiction just long enough to be saved by
    men, perform acts of gross depravity, or suffer at their own hands. And
    things aren't getting much better.

Non-Fiction
  • George Scialabba
    Dictatorship of Virtue: Multiculturalism and the Battle for America's
    Future
     by Richard Bernstein
    Dogmatic Wisdom: How the Culture Wars Divert Education and Distract
    America
     by Russell Jacoby
Fiction
Poetry


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