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Conniff, Ruth. "Barbara Ehrenreich [interview]," Progressive (1/95).

Ehrenreich, Barbara. "Women corporados: is this what we left the kitchen for?" Utne Reader (5-6/87):97-103, from New Republic (1/87).

__________. "Men hate war too," Foreign Affairs 78,1 (1-2/99):118-22.

__________. "The people as props," Progressive (4/01):12-13. On the absence of real people & their concerns from current political discourse.

__________. "Religion starter kits," Progressive (5/01):12-13. On Bush proposal to allocate social spending through "faith-based" initiatives.

__________ & Rosa Ehrenreich Brooks. "A twisted sense of duty & love," Progressive (11/01):10-11. On 9/11 terrorists & how to respond to them.

__________. "A joke-free zone," Progressive (4/01):16-17. Don't make light of airport security.

__________. "Chamber of welfare reform," Progressive (5/02):14-15. Reviews damage done by 1996 legislation.

__________. "P.R., Vatican-style," Progressive (6/02).

__________. "The collapse of credibility," Progressive (8/02):12-13. Declining respectability of corporate CEOs.

__________. “Not the war we needed,” Progressive (10/02):12-13.

__________. “The truth is out there,” Progressive (12/02):12-13.

__________. "The roots of war," Progressive (4/03):14-15.

__________. "A Swiftian harvest," Progressive (5/03):14-15. Savage satire on war's production & disposition of corpses.

__________. "If it's good enough for Iraq...," Progressive (6/03):14-15. Contrasts plans for social services in occupied Iraq, & shredding of safety net at home.

__________. "The anti-Christ of North Carolina," Progressive (9/03):14-15. Conservative students oppose use of her Nickled & Dimed as required reading for frosh.

__________. "Gouging the poor," Progressive (2/04):12-13.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Ehrenreich, Barbara & John Ehrenreich. Long March, Short Spring: The Student Uprising at Home & Abroad (NY, 1969).

__________ & John Ehrenreich. The American Health Empire: Power, Profits, & Politics (NY, 1970).

__________ & Deirdre English. Witches, Midwives & Nurses: A History of Women Healers (Old Westbury NY, 1973).

__________& Deirdre English. Complaints & Disorders: The Sexual Politics of Sickness (Old Westbury NY, 1973).

__________ & Deirdre English. For Her Own Good: 2150 Years of the Experts' Advice to Women (NY, 1978).

__________; Karin Stallard & Holly Sklar. Poverty in the American Dream: Women & Children First (Boston, 1983).

__________ & Annette Fuentes. Women in the Global Factory (Boston, 1983).

__________. The Hearts of Men: American Dreams & the Flight from Commitment (NY, 1983).

__________, Elizabeth Hess & Gloria Jacobs. Remaking Love: The Feminization of Sex (NY, 1986).

__________. Fear of Falling: The Inner Life of the Middle Class (NY, 1989).

__________. The Worst Years of Our Lives: Irreverent Notes from a Decade of Greed (NY, 1990).

__________. Kipper's Game (NY, 1993).

__________. The Snarling Citizen: Essays (NY 1995).

__________. Blood Rites: Origins & History of the Passions of War (NY, 1997).

__________. Nickel & Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America (NY, 2001).

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