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April/May 1995 Vol. XX No. 2



Equality and Responsibility

Can egalitarians take the idea of personal responsibility seriously? A debate on John Roemer's "Equality and Responsibility."

Poet's Sampler: Alan Shapiro introduces Joshua Weiner


After Liberalism by Joshua Cohen and Joel Rogers

    Republicans are wrecking the place; Democrats are watching. What should the rest of us do?

Sunset (poem) by Rachel Hadas


Pulp Fiction by Alan A. Stone

    Sure, Tarantino gleefully throws around the blood and the brains, but his brilliant dialogue deflates the violent clichés of most Hollywood movies.

California Shipwreck by Marc B. Haefele

    As the Golden State's economy founders, voters lash out at immigrants with Prop. 187.

View-Master (poem) by Thomas Sayers Ellis


Chicken Livers by Joann Kobin

    We are pleased to publish the runner-up in our 1994 Short Story Contest.

Books

Fiction

Poetry

    Rachel Jacoff: The Inferno of Dante Translated by Robert Pinsky; illustrated by Michael Mazur

    Robyn Selman: Autobiographies by Alfred Corn



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