Volume 5, Issue 3, Summer 1995
Devolution: A Much Over Stated Case
The Brain: His and Hers
The 1950s: Nostalgic Illusions?
A Precarious Balance: Economic Opportunity, Civil Society, and Political Liberty
As nations become further enmeshed in the global economy, new
challenges are emerging. Is it possible to promote economic
flexibility without undermining community? Can political liberty
remain a priority in the face of challenging economic conditions?
These and other questions are addressed by one of the West's leading
Not Just the Sins of Our Fathers
Continuing our dialogue on affirmative action, the author argues that
it is not only past discrimination that public policy must seek to remedy.
What Makes a Good Urban Park?
Modern parks are often victims of their own designs. But a few simple
guidelines can enable parks to achieve their aesthetic, social, and
Community-Building Strategies in Smaller Cities: Longview and Tyler, Texas
Carole J. Hamner
Tax Credits and Family Values
C. Eugene Steuerle
The tax system's primary purpose may be to raise money. But it also can
express what value our nation places on marriage and children.