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1998 Stories by Jennifer Gonnerman

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  • Campaigning For Clemency

    published December 22, 1998

    One woman killed her boyfriend. Another sold four ounces of cocaine to a confidential informant. A third beat her baby to death in a restaurant... More >>

  • Prisons vs. Schools

    published December 8, 1998

    New York State now spends more money locking up criminals than educating students at its public universities. This marks a dramatic shift in... More >>

  • The Terrorist Campaign Against Abortion

    published November 10, 1998

    Barnett A. Slepian knew his life was in danger. So the doctor worked in an abortion clinic built like a fortress, with no windows and plenty of... More >>

  • The Terrorist Campaign Against Abortion

    published November 10, 1998

    The Stinky Weapon Over the years, antiabortion extremists have demonstrated again and again that you do not have to resort... More >>

  • Cheerleaders For Violence

    published November 10, 1998

    Before the first murder of an abortion doctor, in 1993, the idea of activists appearing on national television to defend such crimes was... More >>

  • A Survivor's Story: Bombing Victim Emily Lyons Battles Back

    published November 10, 1998

    To see the impact of antiabortion violence, one need look no further than Emily Lyons's legs. Emily, 42, was on her way to work as a nurse at New... More >>

  • State of Siege: Antiabortion Violence, 1993-1998

    published November 10, 1998

    Attacks on abortion clinics are treated as isolated incidents, covered briefly in the media, and then forgotten. But as this map shows, these... More >>

  • Prison Politics

    published September 29, 1998

    Angela Davis became the nation's most famous inmate when she was locked up in the Women's House of Detention in Greenwich Village nearly 30 years... More >>

  • Gerry Meandering

    published September 15, 1998

    Every other person pushing through the subway turnstile outside Shea Stadium seems to know Geraldine Ferraro. "Hey Geraldine, how are ya?" they... More >>

  • Lab Rats

    published July 7, 1998

    PHILADELPHIA—For two decades, a doctor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine transformed a Philadelphia penitentiary into his... More >>

  • Long Shot

    published June 16, 1998

    More than 100 doctors and scientists from around the world flocked to the New York Academy of Medicine on June 6 to learn about what may be the... More >>

  • New York's Drug-Law Debacle

    published May 12, 1998

    Christopher Clemente was supposed to be an Ivy League success story. But when cops busted into a Harlem apartment in 1990, they found the... More >>

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