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    What Women Talk About When Men are not Listening by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
If you think its about sexual prowess, you’d be wrong. If you think it’s about size, forget it. And if you imagine we follow the various pissing contests going on among male liberals, you’re too self-absorbed. It’s about what I call the Care Crisis.
    Poverty Rediscovered and so Quickly Forgotten by Fred Block, 01-30-2007
    Sex and Politics: How the Press Gets It Backwards by E. J. Graff, 01-30-2007
EJ Graff asks when is investigation into a public person's sexual behavior simply sensational voyeurism and when is it genuine matter of public interest.
    Sir Elton Gets Equality by E. J. Graff, 01-30-2007
    Democracy in Action by Ruth Rosen, 01-21-2008
In a piece published in Dissent, Ruth Rosen draws on her experience as a juror to tell us what democracy looks like.
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    E.J. Graff: Marital Blitz by E. J. Graff, 01-30-2007
This November, anti–gay-marriage bills will be back on ballots with a vengeance. But this time around, the gay and lesbian activist network is ready to play hardball, writes E.J. Graff in The American Prospect.
    Ruth Rosen on the Summer that Changed America by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Ruth Rosen examines how country-wide upheavals in the summer of 1964 gave rise to the politics, society and culture of today. This article appears in AlterNet and the History News Network.
    Lawrence Wallack: Retelling the American story by Lawrence Wallack, 07-17-2007
Americans pride ourselves on self-reliance, but we also celebrate our ability to come together as a community to solve common problems, writes Lawrence Wallack. In this cogent meditation on America’s national stories, Wallack argues that our recent focus on individualistic values must now give way to a sense of shared purpose as America confronts the challenges of economic inequality and environment change.

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