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Fighting the "most deviant and vile form of pornography" Donna Rice Hughes
Once the subject of a national sex scandal, the author now crusades against cyberporn.
December 2, 1995 2:08PM (UTC)
The Year of the Mediaphobe Jon Katz
In 1995 paranoia about the information revolution transcended cultural debate to become a national trauma.
December 2, 1995 2:27PM (UTC)
Lost Highway Scott Rosenberg
Tripping Down Bill Gates' Road to Nowhere
December 2, 1995 2:29PM (UTC)
Lost Highway Scott Rosenberg
Tripping Down Bill Gates' Road to Nowhere
December 2, 1995 4:56PM (UTC)
Austen-Mania Laura Miller
Look out Michael Crichton: Jane Austen is becoming filmdom's favorite novelist
December 2, 1995 5:34PM (UTC)
Austen-Mania Laura Miller
Look out Michael Crichton: Jane Austen is becoming filmdom's favorite novelist
December 2, 1995 6:08PM (UTC)
Mouse in a Corner Scott Rosenberg
American Family Association boycotts Disney
December 2, 1995 9:26PM (UTC)
Jewish settlers Ed Kashi
Photojournalist Ed Kashi captures the defiance of the West Bank's Jewish settlers
December 2, 1995 9:49PM (UTC)
Gentleman's agreement Richard Regen
His own success notwithstanding, best-selling novelist Walter Mosley charges the publishing industry with "passive racism."
December 2, 1995 11:54PM (UTC)
200 More Miles, and Gentle Creatures Sam Hurwitt
Sam Hurwitt reviews Cowboy Junkies' "200 More Miles" amd Tarnation's "Gentle Creatures".
December 3, 1995 1:00AM (UTC)
Heart of Darkness Gary Kamiya
Anthropologist Philippe Bourgois went deeper into America's crack culture than anyone before him.Too deep.
December 3, 1995 1:00AM (UTC)
Freudian FlameWars Laura Miller
The Memory Wars: Freud's Legacy in Dispute
December 3, 1995 1:00AM (UTC)
The Children's Canon Salon Staff
Kids' book authors pick their all-time favorites
December 16, 1995 2:03PM (UTC)
No room at the bin Scott Rosenberg
The idiot's game of CD-ROM retailing: An inside report
December 16, 1995 2:24PM (UTC)
The Birth of a Mystery Gary Kamiya
Jesus of Nazareth remains the most famous unknown man in history
December 16, 1995 2:44PM (UTC)

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