Mother Jones Magazine

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Contents

Obituary
8
John Henry Faulk (American humorist.)
In Ivory Towers
10
Blacks (Education, Employment), Affirmative action in employment
Donald and Me
13
Donald J. Trump (American real estate executive.), Catharine Cary, Trump City (New York, N.Y.)
Straight Shots
14
Sarah Schulman; 1958-., AIDS (Disease) literature, Lesbianism in literature
Green House Music
16
Michael Stipe, KRS-One, Rock musicians and the environment
Debt for Nature: Dirty Deals?
44
Coordinating Body for the Indigenous Peoples Organization of the Amazon Basin
Out with the Boys
46
Homosexuality, AIDS (Disease)
Harvey's Children
48
New Pacific Academy (Organization)
The Dress
50
Short stories
Soviet women (Book Review)
54

Serve the People
18
Campus Outreach Opportunity League, Volunteer service, College students (Political activities)
Why We Eat Dogs
21
Vietnamese (Nutrition, United States), Dogs as food
Nader's Nineties
24
Populism, Political activists, Nineteen hundred and nineties
Brother, Can You Spare $1.5 Trillion
28
Military-industrial complex, Economic conversion
Fighting the Next War
34
United States Dept. of Defense (Appropriations and expenditures), United States (Military policy)
No Road to Tahuanti
36
Indigenous peoples (Influence on nature, South America, Peru), Amazon River valley, Tahuanti (Peru)

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