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n+1 is a brand new York–based American literary journal that publishes social feedback, political remark, essays, paintings, poetry, e-book reports, and brief fiction. it really is released thrice every year, and content material is released on its site numerous occasions each one week. each one print factor averages round two hundred pages in length.


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Read this journal when you like: leftist politics and something literary.


Issue 9 - undesirable funds, Spring 2010: 162 pages

Full Employment Now! Octomom, 12 months later. net as social flow, games as paintings. advertisements nowhere and all over. Drug wars in Mexico, events in Miami, Batuman in Samarkand. Zombies.


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The proprietors of teahouses hosed down the sidewalks, waking up the stray dogs. Despite these and other interesting sights, I spent most of the walk staring at the ground, trying not to fall into the yawning chasms that appeared every few blocks. The people of Samarkand probably weren’t thrilled to have all these yawning chasms in their sidewalks, but they made the most of them by using them to incinerate their household garbage. Newspapers, watermelon rinds, and other items smoldered obscurely in the depths.

The Uzbek youth magazine Gulkhan received hundreds of angry letters. ” The bill was modified in 1995, specifying that by September 1, 2005, the state language was to be Uzbek, written with a new Latin alphabet. It hadn’t been implemented yet when I was there. a. Amir Timur—historically an enemy of the real Uzbek tribes—was retroactively dubbed the founding father of Uzbek statehood. “Old Uzbek literature,” the subject I had apparently come to Samarkand to study, was said to begin with Mir Ali-Shir Navai (1441–1501), the greatest poet of Timur’s court.

No one capable of doing anything economically valuable need be a charity case in receiving a living wage. Article 3 should stipulate the state’s responsibility for achieving full employment. The most traditional object of public employment is public works of the kind associated with the Work Progress Administration. Between 1936 and 1939, the WPA spent about 2 percent of GDP per year in employing two and half million people to build over 4,000 schools and 130 hospitals, and to repair or pave 280,000 miles of road.

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