Volume 7, Issue 1, Winter 1996/1997
Religion and "Spirituality"
School Justice: No Laughing Matter
Rebuilding Civil Society: A Biblical Perspective
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Man as a political animal versus man as a social animal--these are
different stories with different endings. One leads to contract, the
other to covenant. Unfortunately the West is ignoring the latter,
much to its detriment.
The Community of Communities
Both the melting pot and multiculturalism have proven to be inadequate
models. The solution lies in pluralism within unity. But which societal
elements must we hold in common to ensure a stable unity?
How Campaign Spending Limits Can Be Reconciled with the First Amendment
How to stop the flood of private money into politicans' coffers without
changing the Constitution.
Americans as Communitarians: An Empirical Study
Most polls place Americans on a spectrum, ranging from liberal to conservative.
A recent survey questions that standard typology and points to a new one.
The Anonymous Scholar
Anonymity is common on the Internet. But is it appropriate for academics
engaged in what is supposed to be civil discourse?
The Community Bookshelf
Dan Quayle v. Murphy Brown, Revisted
Review of Judith Stacey's In the Name of the Family: Rethinking Family Values in the Postmodern Age
The Power of Dance
Review of William H. McNeill's Keeping Together in Time: Dance and Drill in Human History
Libertarians, Authoritarians, Communitarians -- Nora Pollock
The Community's Pulse