Ms. WINTER 2002 ISSUE
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This issue is packed with profiles of the Women of the Year plus thought-provoking features on such topics as the current attack on Title IX, and mifepristone's potential to cure psychotic major depression, as well as new fiction and essays.
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Women at the Top
Women in the Newsrooms
Portable Health Insurance | Innovative thinking on behalf of 9 million women
Augusta National Golf Club | A public fuss over a not-so-private club's exclusions. Plus Q&A with Martha Burk.
Election 2002: Women Who Won
Upcoming Legislative Agenda
The Northernmost Banana Republic
Nigerian Protesters Stymie Big Oil | Urgent demands get promises, promises. Ms. chats with the author!
Flashes of Hope from South Korea
Middle East | Peace activists protect West Bank harvesters.
Women of the Year 2002
They have led, educated, inspired, entertained, and empowered us: meet the individuals and groups honored for their courage, humor and humanity. Read about the December 2002 awards ceremony in a Ms. online exclusive!
2002: The Highs, the Lows | compiled by Carol Wheeler
Millstones and milestones: significant events, books, people.
Terror in the Name of the Lord | Frederick Clarkson
A small army of anti-abortion zealots celebrates a culture of violence.
The Flowering of Women's Spirituality | Margot Adler
From Robin Morgan's new anthology Sisterhood is Forever
The Translator's Wife | Fiction by Mary Gordon
Arabella Leaves | Fiction by Jane Ciabattari
Women's Voices: Three Reflections on War | Rita Lasar; Jenny Warburg; and Lucille Clifton
The New Law that Could Nail Abusive Priests | Angela Bonavoglia
Rachel Carson Warned Us... | Ellen Dorsey and Maria Thormodsgard