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The Tragedy of Abortion

 
SPECIAL REPORT--THE U.S. AND THE NEW THIRD WORLD
Introduction
Editor
Defense Strategy in an Uncertain World
Doublas M. Johnston
Foreign Aid and the American Interest
Richard Bissell
The Role of the Nonaligned Movement
W. Scott Thompson
A Realistic Policy for Sub-Saharan Africa
Thomas H. Henriksen and L.H. Gann
The New U.S.-Mexican Relationship
Sidney Weintraub and Jan Gilbreath
Many Challenges of Southeast Asia
Eugene Sarver

ANALYSIS
Kazakhstan: Dreams and Realities
Marat Akchurin
Rivals to Hong Kong
Julian M. Weiss

COMMENTARY
Choice in Education: Choice Is the Key to Better Schools
Jeanne Allen
Choice in Education: Don't Kill Public Schools in the Name of 'Choice'
Robert Rubinstein
Has Bush Been Fair to Israel?
Adam M. Garfinkle

ELECTION '92
The Character Question
Stuart Rothenberg
Bush and the Conservative Challenge
Major Garrett

 

 
FAMILY
The Loss of a Mother
Robert J. Carraro

INTERVIEW
Brenda Hunter: A Voice for Mother Love
J. Richard Pearcey

NOSTALGIA
Louisa May and Abigail Alcott
Peggy Robbins

PERSONALITY
Robert Woodson
Sally Wright

PROFILE
Memorial Days
John M. Del Vecchio

SPORTS
Road Rally Italia: Mille Miglia Redux
Harry Newton

TRAVEL
Aboard the Royal Scotsman
Jerry Sinkovec

 

 
BOOKS FROM ABROAD
Family Fugue
Michael S. Duke

FEATURED BOOK: James Lee Burke's A Stained White Radiance
Introduction
Editor

Iniquity, Innocence, and a Cajun Cop
Robert F. Geary

Locked Rooms and Mean Streets
John C. Tibbetts

Public and Private Demons
John Braeman

REVIEWS
Mystery of Religious Passion
Lucy Mazareski
MARIETTE IN ECSTASY
Ron Hansen

'The Hour of Lead'
Beryl Lieff Benderly
AFTER GREAT PAIN: A LIFE EMERGES
Diane Cole
ORDINARY WOMEN, EXTRAORDINARY LIVES
Marcia Chellis

Impresario of the Improbable
Alexadra Johnson
WISE CHILDREN
Angela Carter

Spending Chic
Edward Hudgins
THE CULTURE OF SPENDING
James L. Payne

The High Cost of Marriage
Richard Quebedeaux
WARM HEARTS AND COLD CASH
Marcia Millman

Is Trade a Battlefield?
Alan Reynolds
HEAD TO HEAD
Lester C. Thurow

 

 
   

 
   
ARCHITECTURE
Post-Walt Disney Wonders
Marcus Binney

ART
Rouault: The Unknown Artist
Michael Gibson
Bellows: Modernist Realist
Gail Stavitsky

DANCE
By Dance Possessed: Eliot Feld at Fifty
Gary Parks
Bicoastal Ballet
Julia Braun Kessler

DESIGN
American Rococo
Jason Edward Kaufman

FILM
Poitier, the Pathfinder
Frank Thompson

MUSIC
Lou Harrison, California Eclectic
Richard Kostelanetz
Yo-Bob Fusion
Michael Marshall

PERSPECTIVES
The Black Roots of Hollywood
James F. Cooper

PHOTOGRAPHY
Painting With Light
Darwin Marable

THEATER
Big Top Theater: The Cirque du Soleil
Scarlet Cheng

 

   
AT THE EDGE
New Dimensions in Voice Simulation
Ingo R. Titze
Putting Glasses on Hubble
Seth Shostak
Realizing the Promise of Superconductors
C. David Chaffee

CRUCIBLES OF SCIENCE
Biomedical Patriarch
Lynn Hartley

NATURE WALK
Hogging the Hedge
Kenneth Mellanby

SCIENCE ESSAY
Is Irradiated Food Safe?
Michael G. Simic

SCIENTISTS: PAST AND PRESENT
William Pflieger: River Crusader
Vince Magers

 

   
CROSSROADS
Tulips for Another Day: Transylvania's Ethnic Hungarians
Kate Mahoney and Mike Maturo

FOLK WISDOM
Manchurian Folk Tales, Part One: The Origins of the Manchu People
Pack Carnes

PEOPLES
Ghanto Jatra: Gurung Tribal Festival in Nepal
Jon Burbank
Good or Bad?: Humor Has the Power to Hurt or Heal
Victor Raskin
Comic Strips Have Healthful Benefits
Arthur Asa Berger
A Hall of Distorting Mirrors: British Jokes About the Welsh, Scots, and Irish
Christie Davies

 

   
ABORTION: BATTLE REDEFINED
Introduction
Editor
Back to the Ban?: Abortion Law After the Demise of Roe v. Wade
Lynn D. Wardle
Abortion: Post-Roe, Is Feminism Recharged or Discharged?
Frederica Mathewes-Green
The Personhood Debate in Abortion: Toward a Reconciliation
Rosemarie Tong
The Standing of the Fetus
Daniel N. Robinson

ABORTION: DOES ACCESS TO IT ENHANCE OR DIMINISH A SOCIETY?
Introduction
Editor
Abortion Is a Beneficial Choice
Malcolm Potts
Abortion and the Insatiable Self
Camille Williams

CULTURAL EVOLUTION
Egypt: The Modern and the Traditional
Amira El Azhary-Sonbol

NATURAL LAW
On Natural Law: What Clarence Thomas Did Not Say
Jude P. Dougherty

VARIETIES OF PRAGMATISM
Hook and Dewey, or C.S. Peirce?: A Reply to Nicholas Capaldi
Morton A. Kaplan
Hook, Dewey, and Marx
Nicholas Capaldi

 
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