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Praised for its collection of essays on contemporary issues, the fifth edition offers more coverage of critical reading and writing and visual rhetoric.
Table of Contents
|1. READING AND WRITING CRITICALLY|
|Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address|
|Garry Wills, How to Speak to a Nation’s Suffering|
|William Safire, A Spirit Reborn|
|2. ETHICS, MORALS, and VALUES|
|Lorri Nandrea, Having No Hand in the Matter|
|Ellen Goodman, It's Failure, Not Success|
|Kurt Wiesenfeld, Making the Grade|
|Christina Hoff Sommers, Are We Living in a Moral Stone Age? David A|
|Kaplan, Infamy and Immortality|
|Roger Rosenblatt, The Quality of Mercy Killing|
|Charles Krauthammer, First and Last, Do No Harm|
|Scott Peck, Living is the Mystery|
|Susan Glaspell, A Jury of Her Peers (fiction)|
|Jennifer Crichton, Who Shall I Be? The Allure of a Fresh Start|
|Richard Ford, An Urge for Going|
|Lynn Randall, Grandma's Story|
|White, Once More to the Lake|
|Larry Watson, Silence (fiction)|
|Roger Rosenblatt, The Silent Friendship of Men|
|Frank Conroy, Think About It: Ways We Know, and Don't|
|Annie Dillard, Living Like Weasels|
|Michael Denne, Learning the Hard Way|
|Steven Doloff, Woodstock’s Message is Still True|
|Kate Chopin, The Story of an Hour (fiction)|
|Sucheng Chan, You're Short, Besides! Nancy Mairs, On Being a Cripple|
|George Felton, Richard Simmons, the Twit Triumphant|
|Kadaba, What’s in a Name? Rebecca Thomas Kirkendale, Who’s A Hillbilly? Noel Perrin, The Androgynous Male|
|Brent Staples, Just Walk on By: A Black Man Ponders His Ability to Alter Public Space|
|Sandra Cisneros, The House on Mango Street(fiction)|
|6. ROLE MODELS AND HEROES|
|Bill Thompson, It’s Too Bad We Don’t Have Another Roy|
|Nicholas Gage, The Teacher Who Changed My Life|
|Roger Wilkins, I Became Her Target|
|Fisher, Lessons from Two Ghosts|
|Jedediah Purdy, Rebel Twilight|
|Howard Zin, Unsung Heroes|
|Bruce Catton, Grant and Lee:A Study in Contrasts|
|7. GENDERED RELATIONSHIPS|
|Deborah Tannen, Sex, Lies, and Conversation|
|Carol Tavris, Love Story|
|Ron Beathard, Over Forty and Unmarried|
|Katherine Davis, I'm Not Sick, I'm Just in Love|
|Julie Showalter, Vows (fiction)|
|8. POPULAR CULTURE|
|David Segal, Where’s the Return Fire in Culture Wars? Christopher Sharrett, Movies, Morality, and Conservative Complaints|
|Richard Corliss, Bang, You’re Dead|
|John Davidson, Menace to Society|
|Gerard Jones, Violent Media is Good for Kids|
|Arnold, Cavalcade of Whimsey: Defending Springfield Against Itself|
|Joshua Gamson, Do Ask, Do Tell|
|Alan Thein Durning, Can't Live Without It|
|Joe Saltzman, Beating the Same Old Dead Horse|
|9. PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION|
|Mary Crow Dog, A Woman from He-Dog|
|Stephen Steinberg, The Affirmative Action Debate|
|Tricia Rose, Rap Music and the Demonization of Young Black Males|
|Kreyche, Have We Lost Our Sense of Humor? Michiko Kakutani, The Word Police|
|William Raspberry, Symbolic Arguments|
|10. TERRORISM, WAR, AND VIOLENCE|
|Benjamin Netanyahu, Three Key Principles in the War Against Terrorism|
|Ellen Goodman, War Culture|
|Martin Luther King, Jr|
|Pilgrimage to Nonviolence|
|Charles Johnson, Menagerie: A Child’s Fable (fiction)|