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Welcome to All Bad -- Bad Subjects Issue # 73 for members of the production team. It is the authors themselves who hold this issue together rather than their topics: These authors are all the part of the team that brings you Bad Subjects.
73: All Bad All Bad
Megan Prelinger, Arturo J. Aldama
Welcome to All Bad -- Bad Subjects Issue # 73 for members of the production team. It is the authors themselves who hold this issue together rather than their topics: These authors are all the part of the team that brings you Bad Subjects.
73: All Bad New Europe, Old Monsters
Tomasz Kitlinski
As little or as great emancipation possible, my gay love, my subjectivity - disrespected in Polish law, despised in Polish praxis - is recognized in the EU Constitution. In my view, the Constitution is transnational, socially-oriented, open to women and minorities, secular, and postmodern. Even if it is bureaucratese, bureaucratic and grandiose.
73: All Bad ┬┐Donde Estan Los Muertos? : Mourning Gipper's Ghosts
Arturo Aldama
My moment of national grief and mourning is directed at honoring the spirits of those men, women, and children deemed threats, traumatized, mutilated and disappeared in general.
73: All Bad My Canadian Confusion
Jonathan Sterne
A U.S. leftist moves to Canada and plays the part of the clueless American while discovering Canadian politics and culture in Montreal.
73: All Bad To Build a Library
Megan Shaw Prelinger
In 2004 my partner Rick and I built and opened our own library in San Francisco. After many years of intermittent development, the project took over a year of our lives and we began to make tangible our vision of a great and reasonably organized pile of resources that can inspire and enable thousands of projects.
73: All Bad The Real Me
Kim Nicolini
Now the thing is, with a life like mine, not many live to tell the tale. Not only did I live, but I have been telling the tale in any variety of forms since I left the streets. Poetry, prose, painting, and collage. I have always felt the tremendous need to tell my tale. Not just a need, a mandate.
73: All Bad Distortions of War: a Portfolio
Mike Mosher
As if one needs yet another reason to curse the Iraq war, its outrages have distorted Mike's artistic energies into responses.
73: All Bad Reagan, Nixon and Bush
Steven Rubio
I must confess that Ronald Reagan was never my favorite Guy to Hate. Charlie Bertsch convinced me some time ago that Reagan's benign surface disguised a man who did more harm to our country than Richard Nixon, but it was no contest for me ... for most of my life since '68, I had never hated a president as much as I hated Nixon.
73: All Bad Explaining CEO Pay
JC Myers
JC Myers examines the ability of orthodox marginalist analysis to explain one of the more striking features of the US economic landscape in recent years: the dramatic rise in CEO pay.
73: All Bad Toxic Culture, the Consumer Ethic, and Teaching Biocentrism
Pancho McFarland
In the dominant U.S. worldview and value system biocentrism is counter-intuitive. The middle-class and striving to be middle-class college students I teach just don't get it. It goes against all that they are living for and studying about.
73: All Bad The Taste of Memory
Elisabeth Hurst
It's not that I'm obsessed by food, but it has become a central way for me to socialize with others, to comfort friends and family and strangers, to recognize my own privileges and to occasionally feel guilty about them, to make myself comfortable in new places, and to remember the places I've lived and the people I've known in those places.
73: All Bad Mezze Ideology: Community, Class, and Multicultural Cuisine
Scott Schaffer
In moving from culinary nirvana to Amish country, Scott Schaffer tantalizes his new colleagues' taste buds and gives them a lesson in class and generosity.

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