Islam and the Challenge of Democracy, a forum with Khaled Abou El Fadl, William Quandt, Muqtedar Khan, Jeremy Waldron, Saba Mahmood, and others. In the New Fiction Forum, Tom Bissell on the short stories of Elizabeth Crane and Marshall Boswell. Owen R. Cote, Jr. examines a security strategy doomed to failure. George Scialabba on the real problem behind the 2000 election. Maureen N. McLane on the East Harlem Poetry Project. Short fiction from A. L. Kennedy. Stephen Burt reviews nine new poets. Benjamin Paloff examines the poetry and controversy of Tom Paulin. Plus: Poems by Cal Bedient, Liz Waldner, and Andrew Zawacki; Jennifer Howard on Jean-Patrick Manchette; and Alan Stone on The Hours.
CAN INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY TAKE ROOT IN FAITH?
KHALED ABOU EL FADL
WITH RESPONSES BY JOHN L. ESPOSITO, NADER A. HASHEMI, NOAH FELDMAN, JEREMY WALDRON, M.A. MUQTEDAR KHAN, A. KEVIN REINHART, SABA MAHMOOD, MOHAMMAD H. FADEL, BERNARD HAYKEL, WILLIAM B. QUANDT. KHALED ABOU EL FADL REPLIES.
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