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    • Myron Knows Parking

      Some people have hobbies; Myron Warshauer has garages.
    • Either/Orr

      Which way will David run?
    • A Radical Woman

      The Life and Labors of Mollie West
    • City Colleges Showdown

      The faculty contract expires in June. The battle lines are drawn and the opening shots have been fired. Caught in the middle are the students who can't get the courses they need.
    • O'Malley vs. O'Connor

      How to Tell One Loyola-Educated Irish Catholic Baby-Boomer State's Attorney Candidate From the Other
    • The Poet and the PR Man

      Jerry Murray is both, and a few other things besides.
    • Answering the Critics

      "The insurance industry and the AMA have spent huge sums describing how bad the Canadian plan is, distorting the reality, even lying."
    • Doctors For National Health

      Sick of the restraints and paperwork imposed on them by insurance companies and HMOs, a surprising number of American MDs have begun to prescribe the Canadian cure.
    • Love Story

      How Cece Richman From Hyde Park Became Flamenco Performer Celia Clara
    • Night Shift

      A Comtemporary Interpretation of Dreams: What do they accomplish? How do they work? Why are they so weird?
    • The Picque of Women Voters

      Carol Moseley Braun's victory was only part of the story: In the same primary, 37 women were nominated as candidates for the Illinois House of Representatives.
    • Carol Moseley Braun

      She has the credentials. Can she get the votes?
    • Artists in Residence

      Pilsen's Pros Art Studio: Still Committed After All These Years
    • Progress Report

      How One School in Uptown Has Fared Under School Reform
    • A Woman of the World

      After 40 years of service to her fellow woman--in Sweden, England, South America, the Carribean, the U.S., and her native India--Kanta Khipple has landed un Uptown, where she heads a shelter for Asian victims of American-style domestic violence.
    • The Law of Incest

      A new trend in litigation: Women abused in childhood are suing their parents.
    • What's New in Nicaragua?

      Q&A With Grant Gallup, a Chicago Priest Now Living and Working With the Poor in Managua
    • Human Relations Public Relations Power Relations

      The Revamped Commission on Human Relations: Is it the Daley administration's most significant act of political leadership to date? Or a typical consolidation of control over a variety of irksome minorities? Or both?
    • The Hero and the Taxpayer

      Johnny Martin, an off-duty policeman, and David Arana, who may have been drinking, had a minor traffic accident. A few minutes later, Arana was dead. Martin's fellow police officers came to investigate. Guess what they concluded.
    • "I Can Do Anything"

      Meet Alfonso Segovia, the Manicurist Who Would Be Famous
    • A Girl in Trouble

      Now It's a Governmental Thing. Do Parental Notification Laws Really Protect Teenagers and Enhance Family Life? Or Do They Just Restrict Abortions?