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12 - EAST L.A. STORY Jesuit-run Dolores Mission Alternative School is a last chance for East L.A.'s troubled teen-agers, many of whom are members of violent Latino gangs. By Rene Romo '86

20 - ONE IS TOO MANY TWO ARE NOT ENOUGH A personal account of one woman's struggle with alcohol addiction. By Lisa Agrimonti '87

24 - UP CLOSE: WITOLD KRASSOWSKI After five years in the Polish Underground Army during WW II, the founder of SCU's Sociology Department came to America and discovered teaching. His 40-year commitment to students has never waivered. By Christine Spielberger '69

28 - WORKING WITHOUT A NET Millions of middle-class Americans now face a health care crisis once solely the plague of the poor. By Julie Sly '82

32 - AN ADDRESS ABROAD Spectacular changes during the past year have already transformed much of this recent account of teaching in Ukraine from current events to history. By Charles Phipps, SJ.

Publication Date

Spring 1992


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Elise Banducci

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 34 Number 3, Spring 1992

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