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CONTENTS OF ISSUE NO. 35, SPRING, 1992

Editorial

Louis T. Milic: IT’s the Thought That Counts, 3

Civil Rights

Jonathan L. Entin: Going Around and Coming Around in Prince Edward County, 5

An ironic twist in the long road to desegregation

Animal Rights

Pamela Harrison: Saving Dolphins, Not Eating Meat, 15

A moral basis for vegetarianism

Robert J. White: The Animal Rights Movement: A New Pseudo-Religion

Activists sabotage medical research

Ted Bartlett: Animals are Not People

Whose best interest is involved?

China

Peter Scheckner: American Movies in China, 30

E.T. and Crocodile Dundee in Tiananmen Square

Mathematics

Jack Soules: My Road to Goldbach’s Conjecture, 41

The fascinating properties of whole numbers

Poetry

Barbara Moore: Primary Colors, 50

The Premonition, 51

Leonard Trawick: Editor’s Choice: A Commentary, 52

Indian Art

Thomas Eugene Donaldson: Varahi and Chamunda: Two Terrifying Females, 55

Indians goddesses embody human fears

Languages of the World

Esmeralda Manandise: Basque: the Language of the Angels, 65

The language the Devil couldn’t learn

Fiction

William Feuer: The Writer’s Model, 74

Religion

Steven Schmidt: A New Human Testament, 87

A new world religion may be the best hope for world peace

Publication Date

Spring 1992

Publisher

Cleveland State University

City

Cleveland

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Social and Behavioral Sciences

The Gamut: A Journal of Ideas and Information, No. 35, Spring 1992

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