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July/August 2008

After Prison

After Prison: Bruce Western on reentry; Mary Fainsod Katzenstein and Mary Lyndon Shanley on incarcerated fathers; Robert Perkinson on the history of the prison boom. Andrew Bacevich on the boken pentagon; Elias Khoury on justice in Palestine.

Marjorie Perloff on Vladimir Mayakovsky; Charles Bernstein reviews Alan Filreis; poems by John Koethe and Allan Peterson.

After Prison

Reentry
Bruce Western
No Further Harm
Mary Fainsod Katzenstein and Mary Lyndon Shanley
Guarded Hope
Robert Perkinson

 

Essays

State of the Nation: Electricity and Elections
Stephen Ansolabehere
Outside the Big Box: Who speaks for today's small businesses?
Nicole D. Kazee, Michael Lipsky, and Cathie Jo Martin
Response to Outside the Big Box
Todd O. McCracken
Bolt from the Blue: The promise and problems of Obama's faith-based plan
Lew Daly
Fault Lines: Inside Rumsfeld's Pentagon
Andrew J. Bacevich
The Gunslinger: John Bolton's Surrender is Not an Option
Stephen J. Stedman
The Mirror: Imagining justice in Palestine
Elias Khoury
We Laughed, We Cried: Flann O'Brien's triumph
Roger Boylan

 

Fiction

Gone
Danielle Lazarin

 

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