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Talking Points
Covers principles to invoke in the debate on how to respond to terrorism, including protecting the innocent, upholding American values, avoiding military escalation, and promoting international cooperation.
Sample Letter To the Editor
Sample Letter to the Editor
A World Out of Touch With Itself:
by Rabbi Michael Lerner
Tikkun Magazine editor explores how terror is the quintessential act of dehumanization and not recognizing the sanctity of others, and a visible symbol of a world increasingly irrational and out of control.
How To Defeat Bin Laden
by Michael T. Klare
The campaign against bin Laden is best pursued as an international criminal matter rather than as a military campaign.
Or Are We Going To War
by Tamim Ansary
Commentary: Or are we going to war? by Tamim Ansary. Reflections on the war in Afghanistan by an Afghani resident of the U.S.
Diverse Coalition of Americans Speak Out Against War
DIVERSE COALITION OF AMERICANS SPEAK OUT AGAINST WAR AS SOLUTION TO TERRORISM. Rosa Parks, Danny Glover, Gloria Steinem and Harry Belafonte join effort calling for justice not vengeance.
Sample Letter to your representatives
Sample Letter to Congress
Graphics to Download
Various size images of Justice not Vengeance Flag, and Earth Injury Flag.
Reader Comments
Afghanistan: a portrait in numbers
Afghanistan: A Portrait in Numbers
Letter from the Editor
by Sarah van Gelder
IF we can reclaim the rights to the commons and accept the responsibilities of stewardship, we can protect the living vitality of planet Earth.
Readers' Forum
YES! Goes Hiphop
The Page That Counts :: Summer 2001
Number of dollar bills taken from 12 US cities that tested positive for traces of cocaine, and more...
Book Review - Utopian Legacy: a history of conquest and oppression in the western world
by Doug Pibel
Book review of Utopian Legacy by John Mohawk. Reviewed by Doug Pibel.
Book Review - Rosa Parks by Douglas Brinkley
by Grace Lee Boggs
Historian Douglas Brinkley, also the author of award-winning biographies of Jimmy Carter and Franklin D. Roosevelt, reveals the difficult decisions that educated Parks politically and empowered her not only to say “no” on December 1, 1955, but to give permission for her “no” to become the basis for a constitutional challenge. Reviewed by Grace Lee Boggs.