Vol. XIII, No. 6, June 2006

How Mourning Becomes Kitsch

by Jonathan Wallace

A memorial for people who ostensibly died in defense of diversity cannot contain any diversity of opinion.

On Crossing the Hudson River
by Sy Schechtman

You can live eighty per cent of your life with twenty percent of your purchases.

My America
by Christine Smith

Forty things I would do to fix America.

Americans' Unforgivable Attitudes on Immigration
by Daniel Welch

Ha! Sucks to be you! Get your own country!

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