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Summer 1996

Flatness and Fairness

Responses to Stephen Lerner's "Reviving Unions," and Joseph Bankman and Barbara Fried's "Flatness and Fairness." Also: Yael Tamir in "Hands off Clitoridemy," Maureen Paul on "Abortion's Past," Sven Birkets on the fate of books, and Alan Stone reviews Antonia's Line. Plus poetry by Kay Ryan, fiction, book reviews and much more.

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