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May/June 2014

Former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt leads a forum on big data, big business, and big government, and how citizens can save their privacy, with replies from Rebecca MacKinnon, Evgeny Morozov, Bruce SchneierRichard Stallman, and others. Plus, Vivian Gornick on accusing feminists of narcissism, Judith Levine profiles Dora Russell, Vesla Weaver examines what incarceration does to citizenship, and is Get-Out-the-Vote bad for democracy?

 

Forum 

Saving Privacy

Reed Hundt — with responses from:

WITH RESPONSES FROM MARVIN AMMORI AND ADAM KERN, RICHARD M. STALLMAN, REBECCA MACKINNON, ARCHON FUNG, FRANK PASQUALE, JENNIFER GRANICK, BRUCE SCHNEIER, JEREMY K. KESSLER, AND EVGENY MOROZOV.


Editors’ Note
Deborah Chasman and Joshua Cohen

Foundations

State of the Nation: Is Get-Out-the-Vote Bad for Democracy?
Anthony Fowler
Made in America: Virtuous Debt
Claude S. Fischer
Wonders: The Biology of Fatherhood
Anne Fausto-Sterling

Context

Women and Children First: Dora Russell and the Evolution of Feminism
Judith Levine

Fiction

Autumn Leaves
Jeffrey Rotter

Books & Ideas

In Defense of Narcissism
Vivian Gornick
Plus, a response by George Scialabba.
Outside the Walls: Criminal Justice Beyond the Prison
Vesla M. Weaver
Style Over Substance: Translating Proust
Leland de la Durantaye

On Poetry

Discovery Contest Winners
Justin Boening, Nava EtShalom, Meghan Maguire Dahn, and Jeremy Schmidt

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