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Florence Hamlish Levinsohn

  • Dear Landlords

    Any fool knows you can't make money on humane, unsubsidized, low-income housing. But Peter Holsten and Matthew Roddy are no fools.
  • A Radical Woman

    The Life and Labors of Mollie West
  • 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?
  • 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."
  • School Revolt

    Cynicism and skepticism have obscured the astonishing intent of of the school-reform law: It is nothing less than a blueprint for revolution. On paper, at least, the citizens have seized control and thrown the bums out.
  • Carol Moseley Braun

    She has the credentials. Can she get the votes?
  • Mayoral Candidates on the Starting Line

    Straight From the Horses' Mouths: Candidates and Advisers Detail Their Campaign Strategies
  • What's New in Nicaragua?

    Q&A With Grant Gallup, a Chicago Priest Now Living and Working With the Poor in Managua
  • Myron Knows Parking

    Some people have hobbies; Myron Warshauer has garages.
  • The Importance of Being Jewish

    American Jews, led by their younger generation, are turning back to religiosity and strict observance of the law.
  • The Poet and the PR Man

    Jerry Murray is both, and a few other things besides.
  • A Well-Connected Man

    Hi, I'm Phil Krone, political adviser, real-estate consultant, bon vivant. Want to have lunch?
  • 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.
  • The Law of Incest

    A new trend in litigation: Women abused in childhood are suing their parents.
  • Where Vernon Jarrett Is Coming From

    A Strong Family, A Small Town in Tennessee, and a Lifetime of Experience With Racial Prejudice
  • "I Can Do Anything"

    Meet Alfonso Segovia, the Manicurist Who Would Be Famous