NANCY SPERO’S “Torture of Women” (1976), 125-foot scroll in 14 panels, now published (2010). Rev. In These Times (Nov. 2010): Begins with torture in Sumerian myth and moves through a history of squalor, fear, agony, resistance. Book includes the essay “Fourteen Meditations on Torture of Women by Nancy Spero” by Diana Nemiroff, and “Symmetries,” a short story by Luisa Valenzuela.
Reader Supported News | 09 October 2010
Tim Rutten, “Unraveling the Torture Knot,” Los Angeles Times
"President Obama pledged a return to constitutionality, but the case of Faisal Shahzad shows how difficult that will be and how ambivalent the Obama administration seems to be."
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