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To Die for the People Fred Branfman
In a bold new proposal, the G.O.P. urges seniors to "Bite the Dust for the Budget"
April 1, 1996 4:48PM (UTC)
Long Time Gone Arthur Allen
A black militant's exile in Castro's Cuba
April 6, 1996 2:20PM (UTC)
The Awful Truth Cintra Wilson
Laugh, Laugh, I Thought I'd Die
April 6, 1996 2:26PM (UTC)
Portrait of the artist as a non-man Richard Covington
Fiona Shaw, "the next Vanessa Redgrave,"discusses her adventures in a most dangerous profession.
April 6, 1996 5:22PM (UTC)
Ballads and Bones Scott Rosenberg
Richard Thompson riffs on his new "Voltage Enhanced" and "Nude" double CD, the dubious joys of being a"musician's musician," and why the Left Banke deserves a tribute album.
April 6, 1996 11:56PM (UTC)
The Great Frame-Up Andrew Ross
There is a Whitewater scandal all right, but it has little to do with the benighted patch of land in the Ozarks or a failed Arkansas S&L.
April 7, 1996 12:29AM (UTC)
Where Weird and Pop Converge Cynthia Joyce
An e-mail duet with Cracker's David Lowery.
April 7, 1996 12:53AM (UTC)
Tome Deaf Gary Kamiya
The New York Public Library's "Books of the Century" is a rigged literary parlor game
April 7, 1996 1:00AM (UTC)
"Champagne for everyone!" Scott Rosenberg
The effervescent wit and politics of John Mortimer
April 7, 1996 1:00AM (UTC)
Wearing Thin Stephanie Zacharek
Feminist theories about brainwashed, anorexic women don't stand up to scrutiny
April 7, 1996 1:00AM (UTC)
Long Time Gone Arthur Allen
A Black Militant's Exile in Castro's Cuba
April 7, 1996 1:00AM (UTC)
Not just the color of our skin Hugh Pearson
It's time for blacks to acknowledge that their experience of oppression does not set them apart from the human race, argues writer Hugh Pearson.
April 7, 1996 1:02AM (UTC)
Is Uncle Sam Coddling the Kooks? Jonathan Broder
Mindful of the fatalities and public relations disasters resulting from the Waco and Ruby Ridge sieges, federal authorities have adopted a low-key approach to the standoff with the so-called "Freemen".
April 7, 1996 1:54AM (UTC)
No more getting bombed on my birthday Anne Lamott
In the old days, she might have been so bombed on her birthday that she would have done the Unabomber. But at 42, she's older and wiser.
April 7, 1996 5:34PM (UTC)
The Great Frame-Up Andrew Ross
There is a Whitewater scandal all right, but it has little to do with the benighted patch of land in the Ozarks or a failed Arkansas S&L. It's about journalistic malfeasance, cynical political gamesmanship and a gross abuse of judicial power.
April 11, 1996 1:07PM (UTC)

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