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In the land of the war criminals Gordon Weiss
Street dogs, dead souls and killers who are heroes
January 6, 1997 9:30PM (UTC)
Knocking on heaven's door Anne Lamott
January 7, 1997 12:41AM (UTC)
The Island of the Colorblind Charles Taylor
Charles Taylor reviews Oliver Sacks' novel "The Island of the Colorblind".
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Fatlash Laura Miller
The anti-diet revolution is poised to sweep the nation, but are we really ready for a brave, plump new world?
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Monstrous acts and little murders Jonathan Lethem
A new collection of unpublished stories betrays the two faces of Shirley Jackson, the writer who created "The Lottery."
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Eddy L. Harris David Talbot
Does a black man have to be black? David Talbot interviews Eddy L. Harris.
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
New news in old bottles Scott Rosenberg
Wired News tries to mix digital-age gospel with old-fashioned wire-service gusto
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Newsreal: The sins of Newt Gingrich David Corn
Hear no evil, speak no evil: Republicans give a free pass to one of the most ethically challenged and unrepentant politicians on Capitol Hill.
January 7, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Dewey Defeats Truman Dwight Garner
Dwight Garner reviews the book "Dewey Defeats Truman" by Thomas Mallon.
January 8, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Leaving Las Vegas Stephanie Zacharek
Fox TV ushers in the New Year by blowing up a bit of America's kitschy past.
January 8, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
SALON Daily Clicks: Newsreal Fred Branfman
Who really makes the choice in "physician-assisted suicides"? Ourselves  or the doctor?
January 8, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
SALON Daily Clicks: Newsreal Scott Rosenberg
Now, about that operating system ...
January 8, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
The Divorce Culture Leora Tanenbaum
Leora Tanenbaum reviews "Divorce Culture: How Divorce Became An Entitlement and How It is Blighting the Lives of Our Children" by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead.
January 9, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
Fake Right Chris Lehmann
Are the Dallas Cowboys or the Green Bay Packers the sports world equivalent of Edmund Burke  or are they both merely a front for creeping franchise socialism? Some lessons from the season's strangest ideological Super Bowl.
January 9, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)
SALON Daily Clicks: Newsreal Lori Leibovich
An academic mission of mercy confronts the "take-no-prisoners" incivility that is scorching our culture
January 9, 1997 1:00AM (UTC)

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