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Summer 1995

Force Without Reason

"Force Without Reason": Randall Forsberg on the military budget, Judith Jarvis Thomson's "Abortion," and Eugene Rivers' "An Agenda for Black Intellectuals." Also: Neil Gordon reflects on the genesis of a political fanatic, Rafael Campo on poetry and AIDS, and Alan Stone on Fellini's 8 1/2. Plus Edwin Frank's "Writing About Revolution," poetry, book reviews and much more.

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