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  This issue celebrates the less known — a range of artists whose work is usually close to home, close to people they know best, and close to the heart in a very personal sense. Many of them are people who were... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: I go through life humming to myself. On a clear day, you can hear me before you can see me. Even when by sheer mental effort I succeed in sealing my lips, if you look deep into my eyes you can see the notes silently... More...
Volume 14, Number 56 Excerpt from the Cover Story: Birmingham's empty steel mills dramatically draw a picture being repeated, on a variety of scales, across the South. The economy which binds our communities together is drastically changing. As... More...
Excerpt from the Cover Section: Gay-baiting is new in Southern politics. There is reason to believe that gay-baiting will replace black-baiting as the meanest article in the bag of tricks for conservative Southern politicians. Certainly the white... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: In my memory, there's a freeze frame of Ernie Cortes in the center of a sweaty, roiling crowd of students at the University of Texas. The air is as heavy as damp velvet on this summer night. We are packed into the small... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: People over 65, our nation's elders, are not a separate, alien minority. They are all of us at a certain time in our lives. This truth was driven home to me during the past two years. My father died in the spring of... More...
Excerpt from The Introduction: North Carolina's bitterly contested 1984 U.S. Senate race between Jesse Helms and Jim Hunt will easily go down in history as one of the meanest, ugliest, and most divisive campaigns ever. North Carolinian's could not... More...
Indians of the South Edited by Maxine Alexander Excerpt from the feature story: The voices of Native Americans of the South are not pleading; they are demanding. A small but potentially powerful force in the American Indian struggle for self-... More...
November/December 1984 - Special Editors: Marc Miller, Peter Wood, Bob Hall Highlights: Page 4: The First Rebellion - Guale Indian Revolt, Anticolonialism in the Old South, by Carolyn Stefanco-Schill Page 10: Black Maneuver Between Tories... More...
Excerpt from The Cover Story: The Smoke Ring — the ring of political and economic interests that has protected the tobacco industry since the first official health warnings appeared 22 years ago — now encircles the Third World as well. Governments... More...