15: Apocalypse

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September 1994: The apocalyptic mood is quite real, and needs to be accounted for.
15: Apocalypse Introduction: Apocalypse
Joe Sartelle
While it is unlikely that the end of the world is truly at hand, the apocalyptic mood is quite real, and needs to be accounted for.
15: Apocalypse Apocalypse, No
Steven Rubio
The stereotypical 'religious fanatic' looks forward to apocalypse, because it heralds a new and better world, free of all which makes our current situation nearly unbearable.
15: Apocalypse Apocalyptic Ecstasy
Matt Wray
There has been a veritable deluge of books and articles full of dire predictions and apocalyptic warnings.
15: Apocalypse Born Against the Apocalypse: Religion and the New American Left
Joel Schalit
I will always remember the summer of 1994 as the first time I thought the world was really going to come to an end.
15: Apocalypse On the Edge of Change: Gender War and the Search for Utopia
Jillian Sandell
That women are now arming themselves against men means that what has hitherto been a metaphorical 'war' of the sexes is now becoming a kind of disturbing reality.
15: Apocalypse Incredibly Strange Culture and the End of the World As We Know It
Charlie Bertsch
Traces of apocalypse culture have found their way into the mainstream with increasing regularity.
15: Apocalypse Pictures of the Dead Middle-Class
Annalee Newitz
Destroying cars is an act of anger directed specifically at people's pocketbooks and economic egos. It is a 'fuck you' to a kind of class privilege.

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