November/December 1989 Full Table of Contents


Publisher’s Page

Editorials: America’s Shame Continues; Mubarak’s Plan; Gay Equality Should Not Be Delayed

Editorial: Editor’s Note; On Passionate Reason



Crossing the Street in Chile BY ARIEL DORFMAN

Divine Conversations BY JUDITH PLASKOW

Edward Said: Discourse and Palestinian Rage BY MARK KRUPNICK

The Bough Breaks BY LORE SEGAL

The Convent and Solidarity BY DAWID WARZAWSKI

My Daughter and Arafat BY YAEL GVIRTZ

But All Men Are Brothers, Bogdan K. BY JOSEPH EDELMAN


Special Features

Looking Forward to the Nineties BY MICHAEL LERNER

Biting the Rubber Bullet BY MILTON VIORST

Private Pleasures and Public Virtues BY JANE DELYNN

Bushed and Bewildered BY ROBERT L. BOROSAGE

Twilight of the Reaganauts BY CARRIE RICKEY

Remember Central America? BY SAUL LANDAU

A Decade of Unlearning BY AMY E. SCHWARTZ




First There Was Light and That Begins the Narrative BY BARBARA GOLDBERG

Dead, Dinner, or Naked BY EVAN ZIMROTH

The Night Fireman BY L.S. ASEKOFF


Current Debate: Jews and Christmas

Taking Down the Christmas Tree BY ANNE ROIPHE

Dancing with the Dark BY ARTHUR WASKOW



Premonitions BY ELISHA PORAT

Kaddish by the Sea BY DEBORAH SHOUSE


Film Review

Dead Poets Society by Peter Weir BY EVAN CARTON


Book Reviews

What Dinah Thought by Deena Metzger BY MARGO PELLER FEELEY

Rediscovering American Values by Frances Moore Lappe and Fluctuating Fortunes by David Vogel BY FRED SIEGEL

Korea: The Unknown War by Bruce Cumings and Jon Halliday BY BARTON J. BERNSTEIN


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