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Mark Smith, editor

   

And the Devil went down to Alabama...

By whatever standard one wishes to apply, the summer of 2003 has been a strange one. Actors are running for political office and politicians are pretending to be what they are not.

   

Bus strike: Unionized terrorism

As we neared the date, a few weeks ago, of the worst terrorist act in modern history, I pondered with restless anger a terrorist act occurring in our own community. It is a sad situation when an entire island population is held hostage, and not even for political ideals or moral principles, but for ransom.

   

Having cows - Some short essays in political philosophy

One’s political philosophy can be determined by one’s attitude towards one’s possessions. Or is it the other way around? Consider these cases of bovine ownership and decide for yourself.

   

Media, capitalism conspire to distort values - Todd Gitlin

Todd Gitlin, a professor of journalism and sociology at Columbia University, has studied the relationship of media and society for more than 25 years. His most recent book, his eighth, Media Unlimited, examines the interrelationship of media on a capitalist society in which the supreme value is efficiency and both elements of the equation “time is money” become ends in themselves.

 
   
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