Volume 4, Issue 3, Summer 1994

Up Front

Toward a National Conversation
Sheldon Hackney

Babies' Rights, Mothers'Responsibilities, and AIDS
Nettie Mayersohn

Gun Sweeps: A National Lesson
Amitai Etzioni

Essays

Immigration and Political Community in the United States
Daniel J. Tichenor
A decade of immigration reform has corrected many of the injustices of past American immigration policy. Has it also endangered public perceptions of the responsibilities of citizens?

A Place for Safe Housing in the Fourth Amendment
Steven Yarosh
How should the Supreme Court balance Fourth Amendment protections against the safety of public housing residents?

The Loss of Public Space
Fred Siegel
Deinstitutionalization and tolerance of victimless crimes have hastened the deterioration of public spaces in America's cities. A parable of civil libertarianism and its unintended consequences.

The Renewal of Democracy and the Communitarian Prospect
R. Bruce Douglass
Can citizen participation in government change the realities faced by American cities or does it merely make citizens feel good? A recent study offers surprising answers.

Routine Organ Donation: A Communitarian Organ Procurement Policy
James Lindemann Nelson
Routine organ donation would increase the supply of organs available for transplants without infringing on individual rights. What's more, it would send the right message about individual responsibility to the larger society.

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