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Vol. 27, No. 6 | December 2002/January 2003


New Democracy Forum: Civil Liberties after 9/11

Their Liberties, Our Security   David Cole

A Legacy of Xenophobia Bonnie Honig
The Importance of Belonging  Amatai Etzioni
Real Security Concerns  Gerald Neuman
More Security? Juliette Kayyem
A View from Abroad  Philip A. Thomas
Small Compromises  Alan Dershowitz
Misguided Response  Oren Gross
Widening the Circle  Hiroshi Motomura
Liberty for All  Laurence Tribe
False Security  Wendy Kaminer
A Dangerous Place  Mari Matsuda
David Cole Replies



New Fiction Forum

Noir Voyager    Roger Boylan
Alan Furst’s glamorous, doomed world.

Homecoming    Natasha Radojcic-Kane
Writing the madness of war.


Essay

The Return of the Repressed   Robert S. Boynton
The strange case of Masud Khan.


Poetry

Poet’s Sampler: Lawrence L. White  introduced by Reginald Shepherd
Attachments    Richard Howard
Daunting    John Latta
Romp and Storm    John Latta
III   Jennifer Scappettone
9 table settings    Dorothea Tanning
Flea Market (Rainy Day)   Dorothea Tanning
From “[ Adam ]in fragments/with a poem engraved/down the thighs”   Brian Teare
4:30 Lakeshore Limited Was in the Past    Rebecca Wolff


Fiction

Men I Don’t Talk to Anymore    Gale Renee Walden
Winner of the Tenth Annual Boston Review Short-Story Contest.


Reviews

Nonfiction

Taking Ideas Seriously
Richard Wolin’s Heidegger’s Children, Mark Lilla’s The Reckless World, and Hannah Arendt in Jerusalem   Seyla Benhabib

Nonfiction Microreviews

Poetry

Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works   Karen Volkman
Alice Notley: Disobedience   Brian Kim Stefans
Alan Shapiro: Song and Dance  Brian Henry

Poetry Microreviews


On Film

Dreams and Deceptions   Alan A. Stone
   Zhang Yimou’s Happy Times.


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