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Interview: Dr. Jacqueline O’Connor, Author of Law and Sexuality in Tennessee Williams’s America

Jacqueline O'Connor

How did Tennessee Williams’ legal knowledge influence his work?

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Big Government and the Big Easy

“…each proposal must be weighed in the light of…the need to maintain balance between the private and the public economy;” — from President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “Military-Industrial Complex” speech, 1961 New Orleans languishes today in a state of economic disrepair. With disruptions to the normal balance of life so complete, the traditional paths to economic […]

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New Orleans Photography, After Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans Katrino photo

*The phone number in the first image was blurred to protect the owner of the lost chicken. **Please help the victims of Hurricane Katrina by making a donation to the American Red Cross.

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