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February/March 2002

A debate on the state of American caregiving with Jody Heymann, Anne Alstott, Theda Skocpol, William A. Galston, Isabelle Ferreras, Frances Fox Piven, and others. Sohail H. Hashmi, Amina Wadud, and John L. Esposito respond to Khaled Abu Al Fadl’s “The Place of Tolerance in Islam.” Roger Boylan explores inner and outer exile in the novels of James Hamilton-Paterson; Jennifer Howard places the spy thrillers of Eric Ambler in a political context. Fiction by Robin Bradford, the runner-up in our short story contest.

 

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Can Working Families Ever Win?
HELPING PARENTS SUCCEED AT WORK AND CAREGIVING
JODY HEYMANN
RESPONSES FROM JEAN BETHKE ELSHTAIN, ANNE ALSTOTT, JOAN TRONTO, JAMES P. COMER, THEDA SKOCPOL, LOTTE BAILYN, WILLIAM A. GALSTON, SUSAN MOLLER OKIN, KAREN NUSSBAUM, ISABELLE FERRERAS, THOMAS A. KOCHAN, MYRA MARX FERREE, BRADLEY GOOGINS, JODI GRANT, AND FRANCES FOX PIVEN. JODY HEYMANN REPLIES.

Essay
New-economy drivel leaves a San Francisco neighborhood high and dry
Neil Shister
Exchange
A discussion of Khaled Abou El Fadl’s essay on reading and misreading the Qur’an
Sohail H. Hashmi
Amina Wadud
John L. Esposito
Fiction
Robin Bradford
New Fiction Forum
James Hamilton-Paterson explores his inner life and our human nature
Roger Boylan
Eric Ambler’s spy thrillers confront a century of political treachery
Jennifer Howard
Ethan Paquin
Poetry
Introduced by Charles North
Derek Webster
Derek Webster
Brian Henry
Stephen Burt
Stephen Burt
Mark Wunderlich
Bruce Smith
Joyelle McSweeney
Audrey Freudenberg
Jeremy Glazier
On Film
Patrice Chereau’s Intimacy
Alan A. Stone

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