Volume 3, Issue 3, Summer 1993
The First Hurdle for Health-Care Reform
Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
The Language Stretches
American Conceptions of Citizenship and National Service
Rogers M. Smith
How do our conceptions of civic duty influence who we treat as full-fledged
citizens? To craft a meaningful national service program, we should heed the lessons of the past.
Property Rights/Property Value: The Economic Misunderstandings of the 'Property Rights' Movement
The burgeoning 'property rights' movement can't see the forest for the trees.
A Communitarian Perspective on the SEC's Proxy Rule: Corporate Social Responsibility After Cracker Barrel
John C. Coffee, Jr.
A little-noted SEC decision has taken the power to decide moral issues away from shareholders.
But government is least suited to render these decisions.
Liberalism and Medical Ethics
A communitarian approach can do no better at addressing health-care rationing
questions than a liberal vision. Here's why.
A Communitarian View of Health-Care
Ezekiel J. Emanuel
Liberal theories fail at proposing viable health-care package because they lack a
crucial element-a vision of justice.
Police in the Community, Community in the Police
Separation vs. Accommodation of Religious Practices
From the Community Bookshelf
Review of Thomas E. McCollough's The Moral Imagination and Public Life: Raising the Ethical Question
Sumner B. Twiss
Troyen A. Brennan
R.C Case VIII
Pornography: Free Speech vs. Civil Rights?
Sharon J. Pressner
Authoritarians, Libertarians, and Communitarians