March/April 1996

March/April 1996

THE MOTHER JONES 400

America's political contributors work in the shadows. Here we cast some light.



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DEPARTMENTS

OUTFRONT

Dave Marsh's top 20 political songs; A Bridge Too Far; An honest Republican; MoJo's April Hellraiser!; Nicole Hollander on engendering change; A case of bad nerves

MOJO CLASSIC UPDATE


Where there's smoke, there's a tobacco company. With friends like these...

HOT!MEDIA

Resources for advanced hellraising.

Paula Poundstone

Sometimes a cigar is just a bad habit.
PLUS: Letters to Paula

FEATURES

Bruce Springsteen

He's still drawn to the darkness on the edge of town, still seeking a son's revenge.


Rainforest Shrimp

What does a shrimp dish in Manhattan have to do with mangrove tree in Ecuador?


Who We Kill
Gun stats show that you're more likely to shoot yourself than an attacker.