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2001

Reforming the Incarceration Nation Can we balance social justice with legal justice?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 3
By Norm R. Allen, Jr.
It is time to take a comprehensive look at proposed solutions to crime and poverty.

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Jun
30
2001

A World Without Rainbows?


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 3
By Wayne Anderson
What does this little exercise tell us about the Bible? Not much, except not to take it literally.

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2001

Ignorance Is No Crime


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 3
By Richard Dawkins
Not only is ignorance no crime, it is also, fortunately, remediable.

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Jun
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2001

Religion, Public Schools, and Gray Areas


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 3
By Wendy Kaminer
Sectarian religious groups that seek access to public schools are unlikely to compare themselves to pornographers, but they are relying on their First Amendment rights, as a case now before the Supreme Court makes clear.

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Jun
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2001

Two Competing Moralities


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 3
By Paul Kurtz
Humanist values and principles underlie three powerful social movements that have emerged in modern society, especially since the Renaissance.

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Mar
31
2001

The Evolution of Thought


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 2
By James Underdown
The majority of humans have really only had access to the tools—never mind the inclination—to question ancient myths and medieval thinking for two hundred measly years.

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Mar
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2001

An Open Letter to George W. Bush Church-State Future Is in Your Hands


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 2
By Edward Tabash
The only way to ensure the continued survival of the separation of church and state is by making sure that only those committed to this ideal are nominated to the United States Supreme Court.

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Mar
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2001

Exorcising the Homunculus There’s no one behind the curtain


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 2
By David C. Noelle
How do our thoughtful decisions arise, and how are they translated into overt words and deeds?

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Mar
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2001

Review of the "Left Behind" Tribulation Novels: Turner Diaries Lite


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 2
By Edmund D. Cohen
Why is the idea of the world they know being torn to pieces so alluring to them?

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Mar
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2001

God and Darwin Square Off Report from Oz


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 21 issue 2
By Clay Farris
The challenge, then, is to explain why Americans should believe in science, at least enough to preserve it in the public sphere.

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