Volume 14, Issue 2/3, Spring/Summer 2004
A Tribute to The Responsive Community: 13 Years of Rights and Responsibilities — Amitai Etzioni
Comments by Thomas Spragens, Jr., Daniel A. Bell, Seymour Mandelbaum, Ernst Hirsch Ballin and Thijs Jansen, and Jason Marsh
The Culture Wars — Alan Wolfe
Civil Conflict and Same-Sex Civil Unions — Andrew Koppelman
The Political Life of the Internet — Grant Reeher and Steve Davis
On the Immigration Proposal — James K. Galbraith
Community is the Key — William Raspberry
Toleration: The Lost Virtue — Richard Epstein
The ultimate key to a viable social community lies through the toleration of others.
The Proper Motives of Corporate Directors — Lynn A. Stout
What factors besides for self-interest motivate directors of public corporations when they make decisions that affect their multimillion dollar organization?
Sprawl Debates: Community Activism in Local Land-Use Planning — Carol Hager
How suburban sprawl and land-use issues helped the residents of Hopewell, New Jersey discover the strength of their collective voice and together create a vision for their future.
Law, Community, and Personal Injury — Robert M. Ackerman and Robert F. Cochran Jr.
An analysis of rights and responsibilities within the law of torts.
The Community Bookshelf
- Live and Let Eat? — Henry Tam
Review of Steven Lukes’s Liberals & Cannibals: The Implications of Diversity
- The Journey of a True Communitarian — Wilson Carey McWilliams
Review of Amitai Etzioni’s My Brother’s Keeper: A Memoir and a Message
- Bowling Together — Faye Ginsburg
Review of Robert Putnam, Louis Feldstein, and Don Cohen's Better Together: Restoring the American Community
The Community’s Pulse
Libertarians, Authoritarians, Communitarians
From Military Officer Cadets to NYS Volunteer Cadets: The Transformation from Military to Civic Service — Donald J. Eberly and Reuven Gal
On Etzioni's "Particularistic Obligations" — R. Bruce Douglass, Richard Shapcott, Gad Barzilai, and Peter Church