1996 Summer

Why Annie Got Her Gun

by Carolyn Gage ANNIE OAKLEY HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PROBLEM FOR FEMINISTS. The world’s champion sharpshooter, she stalwartly refused to align herself with any of

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Claiming Sacred Ground

by Phyllis Chesler Women’s eight-year struggle to pray out loud at “the Wailing Wall” 1 Jewish women were first ordained as rabbis in 1972, by Reform

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Living Hell

by Eleanor J. Bader DEEP IN THE BELLY OF AMERICAN POVERTY lies the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx, and although it is one

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