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IN THE EXTRA CONSTITUTIONAL EXISTENTIAL COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

In Conversation

Israel/Palestine and the Re-education of Sarah Schulman

Ever since her trailblazing work in the ’80s chronicling the AIDS crisis, Sarah Schulman has covered a lot of ground.

The Bankruptcy of Doom and Gloom

When University of Texas journalism professor Robert Jensen claimed in a recent Truthout op-ed, “We are all apocalyptic now, or at least we should be, if we are rational,"

New Look for Rail Books

This issue marks the dawn of a new era in our coverage of books.

In Conversation

ART, MUSIC, MONEY
PHOEBE LEGERE with Vienna Boa

Phoebe Legere is a transmedia artist. From resident composer at the Wooster Group while still a teenager, to opening for David Bowie on his national tour, to a nomination for a Pulitzer for her work with Morgan Powell and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, her existence infinitely incarnates artistic and human experience.

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MAR 2013

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