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Transition 69 begins with a tribute to Rajat Neogy (1938-1995), who founded Transition at the age of twenty-two in Kampala, Uganda, in 1961. In a moving series of memoirs, three of his co-conspirators -- Paul Theroux, Ali A. Mazrui, and Wole Soyinka, each of them an editor during Transition's African period -- remember Neogy.This issue includes "It's Raining Men", a bold new take on the Million Man March, and articles that explore the careers of two conservative trendsetters: Dinesh D'Souza and J. Philippe Rushton. Also in Transition 69: a conversation with Raoul Peck, Haiti's premier filmmaker, on being Haitian, thinking German, making movies, and living dangerously; essays on why Subcomandante Marcos should become a novelist; why Theodor Adorno might like punk rock; post-ethnic America; Richard Wright and black internationalism; late late Marxism; love, labels, and lesbian boys; and the decline of The Atlantic Monthly.
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