Volume 12, Issue 4, Fall 2002
The Dialogue between Cultures - Johannes Rau
The Benefits of Surveillance - Eugene Volokh
The Trouble with Bonding - Stephen Macedo
The distinction between bridging and bonding social capital helps to understand why public
policies sometimes disfavor certain religious groups
- and why these policies may nonetheless be justified.
Is the War against Terrorism a Just War?
Note from the Editor: A Transnational Moral Dialogue
What We're Fighting For: A Letter from America
Sixty scholars and intellectuals argue that the military response to September 11 is a just war.
A Critical Response: "A Letter from United States Citizens to Friends in Europe"
Over one hundred scholars and intellectuals, including leading progressive thinkers,
argue that the war is not just and undermines the values it supposedly defends.
Libertarian Confusions - Stephen L. Elkin
A recent book by Richard Epstein reveals the problems at the heart of libertarian theory.
The Education of Business Leaders - Amitai Etzioni
A critical examination of ethics education in business schools.
The Community Bookshelf
Where's the Juice? - Mark Satin
A review of Ted Halstead and Michael Lind's The Radical Center: The Future of American Politics
Myths and Reality - Peter Skerry
A review of Mark R. Warren's Dry Bones Rattling: Community Building to Revitalize American Democracy
Morality in America - William M. Sullivan
A review of Alan Wolfe's Moral Freedom: The Search for Virtue in a World of Choice
The Community's Pulse
Libertarians, Authoritarians, Communitarians
Commentary - Paul Rosenzweig, Jack M. Balkin