Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Jul 5, 1990
  • Issue of
  • Jul 5-11, 1990
  • Vol. 19, No. 38

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • Children of the Holocaust

    This generation did not live through it, but they carry its burden just the same. They feel that their days on earth have to count in extraordinary ways—that they live not so much for themselves as for their parents, who survived the ultimate evil.
  • Essay
  • On TV: America, Watch Yourself!

    How did the most boring thing in the world become the hottest thing on TV? Is it democracy triumphant, or capitalism run rampant?

Arts & Culture