From Twentieth Century Communism (reg. req.), Brigitte Studer on 1968 and the formation of the feminist subject. From Janus Head, Rolf von Eckartsberg and Elsa von Eckartsberg (Duquesne): Social and Electronic Immortality; and Amy E. Taylor (Duquesne): Body and Technology: Reframing the Humanistic Critique. From Arts and Opinion, class and the caste system: Robert J. Lewis writes in defense of inequality; and keep the faith: An interview on being and transexuality. Sami Ahmad Alsmadi and Ibrahim Alnawas on consumer rights today: Are they in business or out of business? A review of 1494: How a Family Feud in Medieval Spain Divided the World in Half by Stephen R. Bown. Based on the idea that tourism and of course management are sources of alienation, some scholars see in Paul Virilio an enemy who should not be academically rivaled but silenced. A review of Monsters and their Meanings in Early Modern Culture: Mighty Magic by Wes Williams. From Cracked, a look at the 5 biggest benefits of growing up fat; and an article on the 7 stupidest things that make people proud.