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WHAT STANDS IN THE WAY? 2727
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIX, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 18, 1976 WHAT STANDS IN THE WAY? A SUBSTANTIAL number of the people living in the world now try to orient their decisions and action in behalf of the common good. They are not a majority, nor do they have influence sufficient to determine the policies of natio ...
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COOPERATION: THE PROBLEM OF SURVIVAL 2698
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XVIII, NO. 49 DECEMBER 8, 1965 COOPERATION: THE PROBLEM OF SURVIVAL WE live in a new world. This world is so new that for the first time cooperation among men and women everywhere is possible, if they choose to cooperate; and cooperation, which may turn out to be a synonym for pea ...
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A DIAGNOSIS - OF WHAT? 2686
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 49 DECEMBER 9, 1987 A DIAGNOSIS—OF WHAT? THE problems of the world are approached in various ways. The Buddha, for example, found the fundamental cause of human suffering to be "craving," through which normal and necessary desire is exaggerated into obsessive longing, lead ...
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FROM ITS OWN ASHES 2686
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XI, NO. 51 DECEMBER 17, 1958 FROM ITS OWN ASHES LAST fall some peace-minded Americans, mostly Quakers, joined forces to support the voyage of the Golden Rule, a thirty-foot ketch which Skipper Albert Bigelow and his crew were determined to sail into the Eniwetok nuclear weapons te ...
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THE CONTROL OF NATIONAL POLICY 2678
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VOLUME XV, NO. 50 DECEMBER 12, 1962 THE CONTROL OF NATIONAL POLICY THE mood of the country is fear and hopelessness. We fear the Russians, the Chinese, the Communists at home and abroad, and the atom bombs. We are hopeless about improving our situation, either personally or nationally, a ...
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THE ROOT IDEAS 2672
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XIX, NO. 10 MARCH 9, 1966 THE ROOT IDEAS AN enormous amount of emotional energy goes into feelings of anger at the inability of other people to see what is "right." It seems reasonable to say that this emotion is wasted, and that it often becomes immeasurably destructive, since it ...
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BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VII 2664
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME VI, NO. 41 OCTOBER 14, 1953 BOOKS FOR OUR TIME: VII THE only way, it seemed, by which Dwight Macdonald's The Root Is Man could be brought to our reading public was by furthering the project of its publication. This MANAS did, in collaboration with its cooperative printer, Cunningh ...
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ALL ARE CHOSEN PEOPLE 2642
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 49 DECEMBER 9, 1981 ALL ARE CHOSEN PEOPLE IN the Los Angeles Times for August 20, Les Payne, a staff writer for Newsday, began a story headed "Cape Town: a Glimpse of Horror" by saying: Seven members of the U.S. Congress, junketing in South Africa last week, got a glimp ...
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POLITICS FOR NON-HEROES 2628
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VOLUME XIX, NO. 6 FEBRUARY 9, 1966 POLITICS FOR NON-HEROES POLITICS, which gives form to a large area of human experience, inevitably reflects judgments about the nature of man. The really important discussions of politics all devote direct attention to the qualities and potentialities o ...
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BASIC UNREALITIES 2614
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME IX, NO. 52 DECEMBER 26, 1956 BASIC UNREALITIES THERE are stretches of time in history when it becomes more important to recognize the basic unrealities than to define the realities. In the first place, defining "realities" is a little too much for most of us. It is so easy to make ...
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