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  Volume 60, Issue 1, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

An Election Won with Class

p. 1

Comments and Opinions

A Charter for the 99 Percent

pp. 5-7

Block Party: Election Canvassing in Suburbia

pp. 8-9

Politics Abroad

Mexico’s Youth Protest a Return to the Past

pp. 10-15

Baby Bust in Japan: Is the Personal Political?

pp. 15-19

The New Feminism


pp. 20-23

Trickle-Down Feminism

pp. 24-30

Caring on Stolen Time: A Nursing Home Diary

pp. 31-40

Opportunity Costs: The True Price of Internships

pp. 41-45

Girl Geeks and Boy Kings

pp. 46-49

Feminism and Me

pp. 50-53

Roe v. Wade and Beyond: Forty Years of Legal Abortion in the United States

pp. 54-59

The Personal Is Political: That’s the Challenge: Roe v. Wade and a Black Nationalist Womanist Writer

pp. 60-63


Our Parks Are Not for Sale: From the Gold Coast of New York to the Venice Biennale

pp. 64-70

Women and Power in the Wisconsin Uprising

pp. 70-73


The Golden Notebook: Doris Lessing’s Rendezvous with the Zeitgeist

pp. 74-79


Journalism and Revolution

pp. 81-88

Borders and Bootstraps

pp. 89-93

The Plutocratic Imagination

pp. 93-97

History Returns, with a Vengeance

pp. 98-102

Love in the Time of Privatization

pp. 102-107

Fear, Violence, and the Reign of Terror

pp. 108-111

The Last Page

Planted for Another Climate

p. 112


p. 106

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