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THE PEACEFUL PEOPLE 10000
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME III, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 29, 1950 THE PEACEFUL PEOPLE THE Hopis have a case. They also have problems—problems among themselves, problems in their relations with the United States, which is represented to them by the Indian Bureau—and while these problems are complicated and somewhat e ...
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NEW TYPE CRUSADE 8458
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VOLUME IX, NO. 48 NOVEMBER 28, 1956 NEW TYPE CRUSADE IN the past, crusades have almost always been pretty dangerous affairs. A crusade, by definition, is "a remedial enterprise undertaken with zeal and enthusiasm," and most of the remedial enterprises of history have been directed agains ...
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CHANGING WAYS OF THINKING 7523
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 18 MAY 4, 1988 CHANGING WAYS OF THINKING A PAPER by Stephen Toulmin, in On Nature, edited by Leroy S. Rouner, published in 1984 by the University of Notre Dame Press, titled "Cosmology as Science and as Religion," might also be called "Farewell to the Seventeenth Century. ...
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ANOTHER WORLD 4541
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VOLUME IV, NO. 43 OCTOBER 24, 1951 ANOTHER WORLD WHILE the world we live in is neither "one," as Mr. Willkie proposed, nor "brave" and "new," as Aldous Huxley anticipated, it is certainly different from the world of a generation ago. Although no one who has not reached middle age can rem ...
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THE MOST DIFFICULT OF THINGS 3854
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VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 12, 1975 THE MOST DIFFICULT OF THINGS THESE are days of the anti-hero in novels and of anticlimax in the short story. To be a "modern" writer you must choose for protagonist a person so "ordinary" that practically any reader can feel superior to him. The her ...
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THE MOST DIFFICULT OF THINGS 3854
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXVIII, NO. 7 FEBRUARY 12, 1975 THE MOST DIFFICULT OF THINGS THESE are days of the anti-hero in novels and of anticlimax in the short story. To be a "modern" writer you must choose for protagonist a person so "ordinary" that practically any reader can feel superior to him. The her ...
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REFLECTIONS ON WAR 3788
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 18 MAY 4, 1983 REFLECTIONS ON WAR THE major appeal, these days, by people hoping to put an end to war, is to fear of extinction. This is logical enough; no one wants to die before his time; and the next war, if it comes, is likely to bring death and destruction to count ...
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HEROES- KNOWN AND UNKNOWN 3734
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 24 JUNE 11, 1986 HEROES—KNOWN AND UNKNOWN NOW, more than ever before, the condition of the world is the condition of man. The torments of the world are a reflection of the struggles which go on in human beings, its conflicts the reflection of the unresolved opposition b ...
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THE GLORY OF OUR SPECIES 3357
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 16, 1981 THE GLORY OF OUR SPECIES THERE are epochs of history when men are confident that they know right from wrong, are sure of what they should do to fulfill the meaning of life, and thus are able to formulate clear-cut objectives. The bringing up of chi ...
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MORE ON MAKE-BELIEVE 2726
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VOLUME XXXVI, NO. 44 NOVEMBER 2, 1983 MORE ON MAKE-BELIEVE THE claim of Edmund Morgan that— "Government requires make believe. . . . Make believe that the people have a voice or that the representatives of the people are the people. Make believe that governors are the servants of the peo ...
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