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THE LOVE ISSUE
Betty Notebooks By Anonymous
Strong & Rising By Mary Elizabeth Williams
Sir, Are an Unmitigated Cad!" By Gary Kamiya
Balls, Crocodile Dung & a Black Cat Bone By Susan McCarthy
Many Naked Women By Joel Stratte-McClure
The People's Pit Bull Pat Buchanan is moving into the void left by liberals' failure to address class.
and Little Women By Joyce Millman.
Franken Interview. By Mark Schapiro.
A SALON editorial: Washington's Indecent Act. The Communications Decency Act is absurd, unconstitutional, probably unenforceable -- and exposes just how fragile freedom of expression online really is.
John Major's Final Cut. By demanding that the IRA disarm, the British prime minister has inflamed extremist hot-heads.
Non-Disclosure. The pundits are falling all over themselves praising "Primary Colors," the anonymous novel about the 1992 Clinton campaign -- ignoring the cowardice of the book and its author.
Feast: Love Bites By Amy Wallace
by Word: Anne Lamott's Online Diary
with a Grossologist By Leslie Crawford
By Richard Lederer
Listress. By Amy Wallace
to last issue's 5-Minute Mystery
Love Affair as a Work of Art" By Laura Miller
in America: A Cultural History" By Dwight Garner
From the World's Trouble Spots. By Milo Miles
reviews of the most intriguing new books, including collections by
John McPhee and John Lahr, the biography of a scandalous "queen of
bohemia," a pitch-black satire of theme-park America and "Pollen,"
the psychedelic sequel to Jeff Noon's "Vurt."
Humor. Ian Shoales insists, even under duress, that his momma is a
Awful Truth. Happy Valentine's Day -- now shut up and dig your trench.
Cintra Wilson on breaking up.
We've taken Table
Talk down for a few days as part of a transition to a whole new system
that will retain our conversation area's content and style but will be
more stable and reliable. Look for the debut of a new, improved Table Talk
by February 18.
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