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The Essential Ellen Willis
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"There's only one word for Ellen Willis's work-exhilarating! Her essays combine passion and moral clarity, anger and a steady commitment to having fun. Best of all, she channels the secret ecstatic undercurrents of late twentieth-century American popular culture, which we need now more than ever. This anthology is espresso for the feminist soul." -Barbara Ehrenreich
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Ellen Willis (1941-2006) was the first rock critic for the New Yorker, an editor and columnist at the Village Voice, and cofounder of the radical feminist group Redstockings. Her writing appeared in numerous publications, including Rolling Stone, the New York Times, and the Nation. She established the Cultural Reporting and Criticism program at New York University and wrote Beginning to See the Light and No More Nice Girls as well as Don't Think, Smile! Her award-winning posthumous collection of rock criticism, Out of the Vinyl Deeps: Ellen Willis on Rock Music, was published in 2011 by the University of Minnesota Press. Nona Willis Aronowitz is a journalist and editor. She is a cofounder of Tomorrow magazine, and a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute, coauthor of Girldrive: Criss-crossing America, Redefining Feminism, and editor of Out of the Vinyl Deeps: Ellen Willis on Rock Music.
Acknowledgments Introduction: TranscendenceNona Willis Aronowitz The Sixties: Up from Radicalism IntroductionSara Marcus Up from Radicalism: A Feminist Journal (US Magazine, 1969) Dylan (Cheetah, 1967) The Cultural Revolution Saved from Drowning (The New Yorker, September 1969) Women and the Myth of Consumerism (Ramparts, 1970) Talk of the Town: Hearing (The New Yorker, February 1969) The Seventies: Exile on Main Street IntroductionIrin Carmon Beginning to See the Light (Village Voice, 1977) Janis Joplin (Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock 'n' Roll, 1980) Classical and Baroque Sex in Everyday Life (Village Voice, May 1979) Memoirs of a Non-Prom Queen (Rolling Stone, August 1976) The Trial of Arline Hunt (Rolling Stone, 1975) Abortion: Is a Woman a Person? (Village Voice, March and April 1979) Abortion Backlash: Women Lose (Rolling Stone, November 1977) Sexual Counterrevolution I (Rolling Stone, March 1977) Feminism, Moralism, and Pornography (Village Voice, October and November 1979) The Family: Love It or Leave It (Village Voice, September 1979) Tom Wolfe's Failed Optimism (Village Voice, 1977) The Velvet Underground (Stranded, by Greil Marcus, 1979) Next Year in Jerusalem (Rolling Stone, April 1977) The Eighties: Coming Down Again IntroductionAnn Friedman Toward a Feminist Sexual Revolution (Social Text, Fall 1982) Lust Horizons: Is the Women's Movement Pro-Sex? (Village Voice, June 1981) The Last Unmarried Person in America (Village Voice, July 1981) Teenage Sex: A Modesty Proposal (Village Voice, October 1986) Sisters under the Skin? Confronting Race and Sex (Village Voice Literary Supplement, June 1982) Radical Feminism and Feminist Radicalism (Social Text, Summer 1984) Escape from New York (Village Voice, July 1981) Coming Down Again: After the Age of Excess (Village Voice, January 1989) The Drug War: From Vision to Vice (Village Voice, April 1986) The Drug War: Hell No, I Won't Go (Village Voice, September 1989) Handle with Care: We Need a Child-Rearing Movement (Village Voice, July 1986) To Emma, with Love (Village Voice, December 1989) The Nineties: Decade of Denial IntroductionCord Jefferson Selections from Decade of Denial (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) Ending Poor People As We Know Them (Village Voice, December 1994) What We Don't Talk about When We Talk about The Bell Curve (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) Rodney King's Revenge (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) Million Man Mirage (Village Voice, November 1995) Monica and Barbara and Primal Concerns (The New York Times, March 1999) Villains and Victims (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) 'Tis Pity He's a Whore (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) Is Motherhood Moonlighting? (Newsday, March 1991) Say It Loud: Out of Wedlock and Proud (Newsday, February 1994) Bring in the Noise (The Nation, April 1996) Intellectual Work in the Culture of Austerity (Don't Think, Smile!, 2000) The Aughts: Our Politics, Ourselves IntroductionSpencer Ackerman The Democrats and Left Masochism (New Politics, Summer 2001) Why I'm Not for Peace (Radical Society, April 2002) Confronting the Contradictions (Dissent, Summer 2003) The Mass Psychology of Terrorism (Implicating Empire, edited by Stanley Aronowitz, Heather Gautney, and Clyde W. Barrow, 2003) Bringing the Holy War Home (The Nation, November 2001) Dreaming of War (The Nation, September 2001) Freedom from Religion (The Nation, February 2001) Our Mobsters, Ourselves (The Nation, March 2001) Is There Still a Jewish Question?: Why I'm an Anti-Anti-Zionist (Wrestling with Zion, edited by Tony Kushner and Alisa Solomon, 2003) Ghosts, Fantasies, and Hope (Dissent, Fall 2005) Escape from Freedom: What's the Matter with Tom Frank? (And the Lefties Who Love Him) (Situations, 2006) Three Elegies for Susan Sontag (New Politics, Summer 2005) Coda: Selections from "The Cultural Unconscious in American P