Monthly Archives: July 2009

Ode to My Small Apartment

by Joshua H. Liberatore A few months shy of thirty-two, and I’m staring down my final week of lean urban living in the latest in a series of small apartments that have kept me comfortable, efficient, and solvent for the … Continue reading

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Impossible Silence

by Natalie Giacone One of her jobs is to pray at every bungalow in their estate. She’s in formal garb, carrying a tray of burning incense. She floats over her movements, mermaids her way in tightly wrapped skirt across my … Continue reading

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The Federalist Project 4

“The Politics of Constitution-Making” and The Federalist 15 – 20 In the first half of “The Politics of Constitution-Making,” Rakove undertakes a broad survey of the theme of “compromise” at the Constitutional Convention, focusing, naturally, on the two historic moments … Continue reading

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