Vol. XI, No. 5, May 2005

Our Broken Health Insurance System

by Jonathan Wallace

Medical services should be delivered to everyone, as a routine function of government.

The Twilight of the Music of the Gods
by Seymour Schechtman

We worship at the feet of mighty classical masters of the past but have not been able to transmit our enthusiasm to much of the present generation.

The Campus Political Establishment
by Evan Maloney

Should universities actively recruit students to support specific political positions?

Mark Antony Rossi's Machine Therapy: When Big Brother Is You

We are a nation run amok with camcorder addicts recording everything that jolts their curiosity or prejudice.

The FCC Won't Let Me Be
by Rick Lax

It took a few months of student government participation for me to figure out how futile it was.

Tagesbuch: A Parkinson's Diary
by Stephen Schiff

Parkinson's makes you invisible to people.

Sixty Years After Hitler
by George Thomas Clark

When crises loom, ask what Hitler would have done, then do the opposite.

Politics and Humanity
by H. Scott Prosterman

The United States seems to have forgotten many important lessons of the Civil Rights movement.

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