The New Republic Archives
The New Republic • 96 Years, 4,504 Issues, 84,793 Articles, 162,453pp
July 15, 1991 Issue - 16 Articles
- TRB: Life Terms, p. 4
If the fetus's legal life begins at conception, women who have abortions, by pro-life l...
- Mr. Sobol's Planet, p. 5
The intellectual and political failures of multiculturalism
- Notebook, p. 6
John Sununu's travel fetish, etc.
- Out of Joint, pp. 7-9
The feds' cruel ban on medicinal marijuana
- Habeas Corpse, pp. 10-12
President Bush's anti-crime bill contains a well-hidden proposal to gut the century-old...
- Hobson's Choice, pp. 13-15
Whatever the virtues of vouchers, making education market-driven is not going to ensure...
- Mount Rushmore: The Real Story, pp. 16-18
For Independence Day, here's the curious tale of the Ku Klux Klansman who carved the gr...
Correspondence: Publish and Perish
- ---, pp. 19-26
- Reply , p. 27
Books and the Arts
[+] On Films: Rememberings (2 Reviews) , pp. 28-29
My Father's Glory (1990 Film), by Yves Robert
- My Father's Glory (1990 Film) by Yves Robert
- My Mother's Castle (1990 Film) by Yves Robert
[+] One Nation Under a Groove (8 Reviews) , pp. 30-38
Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together, by Mary Wilson and Patricia Romanowski
- Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together by Mary Wilson and Patricia Romanowski
- The Motown Album by Elvis Mitchell and Ben Fong-Torres
- Smokey: Inside My Life by Smokey Robinson and David Ritz
- Berry, Me, and Motown by Raynoma Gordy Singleton, Bryan Brown, and Mim Eichler, ...
- Call Her Miss Ross by J. Randy Taraborrelli
- Temptations by Otis Williams and Patricia Romanowski
- The Death of Rhythm and Blues by Nelson George
- The Five Heartbeats (1991 Film) by Robert Townsend
- The Hunt, pp. 39-40
[+] Equal But Separate (Review) , pp. 41-42
The Disuniting of America, by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
- The Disuniting of America by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
[+] Man the Machine (Review) , pp. 43-45
The Human Motor, by Anson Rabinbach
- The Human Motor by Anson Rabinbach
- Gettysburg Diarist: Buffs, pp. 46-48
Civil Warriors remembered