Volume 6, Issue 1, Winter 1995/1996
When Redistribution and Economic Growth Fail
Senator Dan Coats
Competing Rights: Student vs. Student
Make Bombs, Not Porn?
Do You Know Where Your Children Are?
Tax Breaks for Pedophiles
AIDS Prevention vs. Cultural Sensitivity
While the beliefs and values of specific communities should
be respected by the community at large, something must give
when this principle collides with efforts to contain a deadly disease.
The Changing Precontractual Frame of Modern Society
Adam B. Seligman
An analysis of autonomy and changing notions of the individual
suggests that the apparent divide between communitarianism and
liberalism may not be what it seems.
Hispanic Immigration: Beyond the Melting Pot and the Mosaic
An examination of recent Hispanic immigrants forces us to reconsider
the models we use to describe the American experience.
Community Properly Understood: A Defense of "Democratic Communitarianism"
Robert N. Bellah
While we cannot return to a world of small, face-to-face communities-with
their shared beliefs and values-the principles behind such communities
still have significance.
A Gangsta's Rights
Roger L. Conner
Which is greater: a neighborhood's right to a peaceful environment, or a
gang member's right to intimidate people with a crowbar? A court's answer
may surprise you.
Wight Martindale Jr.
New York's West 4th Street Basketball League attracts big names and even
has produced pros. But those are its secondary accomplishments.