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Vol. 27, No. 1 | February / March 2002

New Democracy Forum: Can Working Families Ever Win?

Caregiving in Crisis   Jody Heymann

Freedom and Opportunity Jean Bethke Elshtain
Limited Options  Anne Alstott
The Value of Care  Joan Tronto
The Place of Education James P. Comer
The Political Bind  Theda Skocpol
Adding Gender and Work  Lotte Bailyn
Costs and Benefits  William A. Galston
The Dismal Science  Susan Moller Okin
Strength in Numbers  Karen Nussbaum
Beyond Opportunity  Isabelle Ferreras
The Right Time  Thomas A. Kochan
Sharing the Burden  Myra Marx Ferree
A New Vision  Bradley Googins
Affordable Policies  Jodi Grant
Policy Matters  Frances Fox Piven
Heymann Replies



New Fiction Forum

Writing in Exile:    Roger Boylan
   James Hamilton-Paterson explores his inner life and our human nature.
Snakes and Ladders   Jennifer Howard
   Eric Ambler's spy thrillers confront a century of political treachery.
Richard Burgin: The Spirit Returns   Ethan Paquin


Exchange

Conservative Legacy   Sohail H. Hashmi
   A Discussion on Khaled Abou El Fadl's essay on reading the Qur'an—and misreading it.
Beyond Interpretation   Amina Wadud
Struggle in Islam   John L. Esposito
Abou El Fadl Replies


Essays

On Film: Desperately Seeking Sex   Alan A. Stone
   In Chereau's Intimacy, sex breeds obsession and isolation
South Park   Neil Shister
   New-economy drivel leaves a San Francisco neighborhood high and dry.


Poetry

Poet's Sampler: Jacqueline Waters  introduced by Charles North
Bellissimo as Faust    Derek Webster
Bellissimo on the Couch    Derek Webster
Between the River's Curves  Brian Henry
RICHARD DIEBENKORN: Ocean Park, 24    Stephen Burt
FRANZ KLINE: Wanamaker Block    Stephen Burt
Town, Gone   Mark Wunderlich
Song with a Child's Pacifier in It    Bruce Smith
Still Life w/Influences   Joyelle McSweeney
The Attraction of Diminishing Returns    Audrey Freudenberg
Berryman's Bones    Jeremy Glazier


Fiction

Wishes of the River: Robin Bradford   


Reviews

Poetry
Anna Rabinowitz:Darkling   Bin Ramke
Norman Dubie: The Mercy Seat   Ian Tromp
Lisa Jarnot: Ring of Fire   Andrew Zawacki
Michel Delville: The American Prose Poem: Poetic Form and the Boundaries of Genre  Max Winter
Russell Edson: The Tormented Mirror  Max Winter

Prose
Rubén Martínez: Crossing Over: A Mexican Family on the Migrant Trial   Scott Saul


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