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Carole Joffe: Abortion Hotlines Feel the Crunch 01-30-2007
Restrictive laws are turning abortion hotline counselors into financial and legal advisors, Carole Joffe writes at Alternet. And new legislation that would relieve some of the pressure has no chance of passing.
The Child Care Crisis by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Political Earthquake by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
In an article for The American Prospect, Ruth Rosen traces the history of California's Proposition 89, the Clean Money and Fair Elections Act, and considers its chances in November.
Democracy Endangered: Flaws in Voting Machines 01-30-2007
An investigation of a voting machine by computer scientists at Princeton University revealed its vulnerability to both direct and remote attack, with little chance of detection.
Explaining Differential Trust of DNA Forensic Technology: Grounded Assessment or Inexplicable Paranoia by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
With the development of DNA technology and the professed ability to determine racial heritage from a DNA sample, law enforcement has further justification to investigate citizens based solely on race. The extent to which Americans trust the police to use this power impartially varies, understandably, by race and class.
Ruth Rosen: The Hidden War on Iraqi Women by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Horrible as the abuse and torture of Iraqi men has been, Ruth Rosen writes on Tomdispatch.com, many Iraqi women have suffered both physical and sexual violence. Because of the military's guilt and the victims' shame, these crimes against women often go unreported.
Morality and the Abortion Provider by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
In this editorial, originally published in the journal Contraception, Longview Senior Fellow Carole Joffe addresses the unique perspective on "morality" that she has noted among those who provide abortions. Joffe observes in this group a "moral vision without moralism" that she argues is "the only viable foundation for the humane regulation of sexuality."
The Common Good by Lawrence Wallack, 01-30-2007
A ladder of opportunity in dire need of repair
A Corporation With a Conscience 01-30-2007
In New Labor Forum, Fred Block makes the idea of a Moral Economy more concrete by describing how ethical corporations would differ from today's ethically challenged firms. He also outlines a long-term strategy that could transform existing firms into businesses that are both ethical and efficient.
The Compassion Gap in American Poverty Policy 01-30-2007
Why does the world’s wealthiest country let so many languish in grinding poverty? And why is the situation getting worse, not better?
A Corporation With a Conscience 01-30-2007
In New Labor Forum, Fred Block makes the idea of a Moral Economy more concrete by describing how ethical corporations would differ from today's ethically challenged firms. He also outlines a long-term strategy that could transform existing firms into businesses that are both ethical and efficient.
Letter from Longview President by Lawrence Wallack, 01-30-2007
Troy Duster and Alice Waters: Engaged Learning Across the Curriculum 01-30-2007
Longview's Troy Duster and renowned chef Alice Waters describe a new trend in experiential education.
Troy Duster and Alice Waters: The Vertical Integration of Food for Thought by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Longview's Troy Duster and renowned chef Alice Waters describe a new trend in experiential learning .
The Motherhood Manifesto by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Liberal Hawks and Genocide in Darfur by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
What Women Talk About When Men are not Listening by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
If you think its about sexual prowess, you’d be wrong. If you think it’s about size, forget it. And if you imagine we follow the various pissing contests going on among male liberals, you’re too self-absorbed. It’s about what I call the Care Crisis.
Ruth Rosen: Talking Taxes by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
In the first entry for her regular column on Talking Points Memo Cafe (www.tpmcafe.com), Ruth Rosen shows us our taxes at work.
Jerome Karabel: Princeton - Wealth, Image, and the Battle for Institutional Mobility by Jerome Karabel, 01-30-2007
In this excerpt from The Chosen published in the Princeton Alumni Weekly, Jerome Karabel explains the recent developments in admissions policy at Princeton.
Fred Block: A Moral Economy by Fred Block, 01-30-2007
Over the last twenty-five years, conservatives have used simple, moral language to convince Americans that only unregulated markets produce prosperity. Fred Block writes in The Nation that, for the Democrats to regain power, they will have to replace that story with one of their own – a vision of a moral economy.
E.J. Graff: Marital Blitz by E. J. Graff, 01-30-2007
This November, anti–gay-marriage bills will be back on ballots with a vengeance. But this time around, the gay and lesbian activist network is ready to play hardball, writes E.J. Graff in The American Prospect.
Poverty Rediscovered and so Quickly Forgotten by Fred Block, 01-30-2007
Deep Roots and Tangled Branches by Troy Duster, 01-30-2007
Carole Joffe: Reproductive Regression by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
An increase in illegal abortions isn't a theoretical outcome of Roe someday being overturned. It's already happening, writes Carole Joffe at TomPaine.com.
Samuel Alito and the Concerned Alumni of Princeton by Jerome Karabel, 01-30-2007
Sir Elton Gets Equality by E. J. Graff, 01-30-2007
An Open Letter to Dalton Conley by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
Recently, Dalton Conley, a professor of sociology at NYU, published a controversial op-ed in the New York Times, arguing that men should have to right to veto a woman's abortion, if he is willing to commit to raising the child that would result from that pregnancy. In this Open Letter, Longview Senior Fellow Carole Joffe spells out the numerous ways in which Conley's proposal is misguided.
Fred Block: A Strategy for Corporate Reform 01-30-2007
In this piece, Fred Block makes the idea of a Moral Economy more concrete by describing how Ethical Corporations would differ from today's ethically challenged firms. He also outlines a long-term strategy that could transform existing firms into businesses that are both ethical and efficient.
Protesting For All the Wrong Reasons by Fred Block, 01-30-2007
Religious conservatives have been attacking giant retail firms for dropping Christmas from their holiday greetings. But Santa might have other reasons to put Sears on his list of those who get a lump of coal in their stockings this year.
Ruth Rosen: The Political and the Personal 01-30-2007
The Woman at the Washington Zoo: Writings on Politics, Family, and Fate, a collection of essays by the late journalist Marjorie Williams, probes politics and personalities with insight, candor and style.

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