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Contents

On Being Uppity
6
Marian Wright Edelman (American children's rights advocate.); 1939-, Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Blacks (Race identity)
The Big Fry-off
9
Texas (Politics and government, Humor, satire, etc)
Vote for Me
11
Jose Efrain Rios Montt, Political campaigns (Guatemala)
The War on Voodoo
12
James R. Dibble, Paganism, Voodooism
Hard at Work
14
Marlene Souza, Injured Workers United, Incorporated
My Marriage to Vengeance
28
Short stories
Steal this Decade
32
Abbie Hoffman (American political activist.), Depression, Mental
King Henry
38
Henry R. Kravis (American financier.), Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co, Leveraged buyouts (Laws and regulations)
Men with a Mission
49
Culture Clash (Group)
Can Puerto Rico Play Peoria?
50
Anne Nelson; 1954- (Adaptations, Film and video), Puerto Rico in motion pictures

After the Party
17
Rita Klimova, Petr Miller, Tomas Jezek, Labor laws and regulations (Czechoslovakia), Czechoslovakia (Economic policy)
Taming the Lions
22
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), African National Congress, Youth (South Africa), Apartheid
A Show of Force
50
Bruno Barreto (Reviews), Show of force (Motion picture) (Reviews)
The Edges of the World
53
Suzanne Lacy (American artist.); 1945-, Boundaries in art (Exhibitions), Performance art (Finland)

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