In This Issue November/December 2000
Volume 21, Issue 6
Franklin D. Roosevelt had his work cut out for him when he spoke to persuade Midwestern isolationists.By David M. Kennedy
From Upton Sinclair to Richard Wright, Chicago has produced writers whose work reflects the spirit of the day.
An upcoming film recounts Robert Louis Stevenson's voyage to California and Hawai'i in pursuit of his beloved.