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Fall 2000
Volume 5, Number 1

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The New Slavery
by Jesse Sage
Why the nation’s civil rights community must respond to the rise in involuntary servitude.

Death on the Border
by Karen Hastings
Increased patrol efforts have helped bring peace to border towns, but at what cost?

What’s Wrong with This Picture?
by Martin Gilens
How the news media misrepresent blacks and the poor.

Human Radiation Experiments: The Still Unfolding Legacy
by Dan Guttman
History taught the lessons: Did we learn?

Going Global
by Gay McDougall
Internationalizing civil rights helps put the pressure back on Washington.

Putting a Lock on Justice
by Carl Cannon
The hidden costs of disproportionately incarcerating minorities.

Crossing the Wall?
by Barry Lynn and Richard Cizik
A debate on charitable choice and the separation of church and state.

State of the Disabled
by Mary Dolan
A new survey examines trends in the quality of life of disabled Americans.

Chicago’s South Side
by Wayne F. Miller
A photo essay from the 1940s.

“Myths of a Golden Era: Motherhood in the 1950s” by Elizabeth Bernstein
“Love Everybody Right Now” by Aleta Richards
“A Hopeless Condition of Exile” by Margaret Meltzer
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