The political spectacle
End U.S. Peacekeeping in Bosnia
Congress' Amusing Antics
Anchors or Life Preservers? A Welfare Debate
This month, to give me some summertime respite to do other projects, I am presenting links to the best essays and writings I have found on the Web. Except as otherwise specified, these are not linked by permission and no representation is made that these individuals agree with the opinions or goals of The Ethical Spectacle.
Best of the Net
Dr. Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream speech
Brock Meeks on the Time Magazine Cyberporn Article (linked by permission)
Can Fair Use Survive our Information-based Future? by John S. Erickson
Memes Meta-Memes and Politics by H. Keith Henson
Einstein meets Magritte: an international reflection on science, nature, human action, and society, by W. Calvin
An Auschwitz Alphabet
Letters to the Ethical Spectacle
Other Ethical, Political and Legal Web Sites
We return in September with a complete issue. Theme: the prisoner's dilemma. October: God. November: pornography.
"Noticing that no-one held the values I defended, I decided to make a spectacle of myself."--Richard Foreman
Artist, Laurie Caro; all art copyright Laurie Caro 1995.
Text copyright Jonathan Blumen 1995, except as otherwise specified.