Volume 9, Issue 4, Fall 1999
Youth Violence: An "Over-Determined" Problem
E. J. Dionne Jr.
Animal Abuse Meets Rights Abuse
Combining Value Pluralism and Moral Universalism: Isaiah Berlin and Beyond Hans Joas
Avoiding the slippery slope down to moral relativism is a challenge facing much of modern
political philosophy. Can Isaiah Berlin provide any guidance?
Community and the Corner Store: Retrieving Human Scale Commerce
Lesson one of the new economy: Face-to-face commerce is very expensive. So is losing it.
Social Responsibility and the Legal Profession: Making Pro Bono Mandatory?
Deborah L. Rhode
What is the best way to foster professional responsibility? Or, for that matter, social
Defending the "American People"
Behind the American public's ignorant, fickle, and irrational facade, is there a hidden genius?
An R.C. Document
An Appeal to Hollywood
The Community Bookshelf
Legal Ethics and "Real" Ethics
Review of Richard Zitrin and Carol M. Langford's The Moral Compass of the American Lawyer: Truth,
Justice, Power, and Greed.
Individual, Community, and Humanity: Marrying Liberalism and Republicanism
Review of Richard Dagger's Civic Virtues: Rights, Citizenship, and Republican Liberalism.
What Men Need from Marriage
Linda J. Waite
Review of Steven L. Nock's Marriage in Men's Lives.
The Community's Pulse
The Moral Dimension of Movies
Where Have You Gone Hildy Johnson?
A look at the way journalists are portrayed in the movies.
Libertarians, Authoritarians, Communitarians