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Aaron Wildavsky

Nothing is Safe; The Concept of Safety Covers a Large Continuum
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Agnes Heller

America Was Born Modern, Without A Great Narrative History and with Future of Free Choice --- Post-modernity Fits America
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Alan Krueger

Research Economists Agree That U.S. Incomes Diverged Over the Past Twenty Years. Rich are Richer, Poor and Middle Income Americans are Poorer
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Alan Wolfe

The Biological Model of Human Beings and The Post-Modern Model Are Both Anti-Humanistic
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Albert Greenberg

Television and Suburban Life Are Stealing the Personal Stories of Most Americans
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Alfred ChandlerJr

Modern Corporate Conglomerates Are Not a Sound Idea, Historically Speaking.
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Alice Tepper-Marlin

Information at the Right Moment Can Change History
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Amitai Etzioni

The American Consensus About Our Common Good Has Fallen Away Over The Past Thirty Years: It Was Too Exclusive and Tyrannical
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Andrei Schleifer

Margaret Thatcher Was the Pioneer Thinker in Shaping the Privatization of Eastern Europe
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Anthony Appiah

The Nation-State Is Imposed On a Well-Developed Earlier African Structure That Was Better Suited To Decentralized Democracy and Free Markets.
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Archie Green

Workers in America Do Not Belong to a 'Class' as Conceived By Marx
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Arlene Skolnick

There Are Two Main American Stories of Human Development Describing the Growth From a Troubled Childhood to Adulthood
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Arlie Hochschild

Public Images of Corporate Life and Parenting Have Left Many Working Mothers With More Work and More Unhappy Marriages
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Arthur Danto

There is a Geography of Art. The Mainstream is identifiable and it includes Specific Cities, Museums and Living Artists.
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Barbara Phillips

A City Is Always Described From a Highly Personal Viewpoint
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Benjamin Barber

American Democracy is a Poor Example of Democracy.
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Bernard Foure

There Is a Distinct Structure To The Academic and Civil Dialogues Of Our Era And We Are Capable Of Discerning It
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Bernard J. Frieden

Downtown Cities Were Nearly Destroyed in the 1950's By the Metaphors of Slums as Cancer and Surgical Renewal.
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Bernard Williams

Much of Our Moral Life and Sense of Justice Derives From the Experiences of Shame and Guilt
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Bill Porter

After 5,000 Years The Hermit Tradition Is Alive and Vigorous in 20th Century China, Supported By Villagers and Teaching Tao and Zen To Visitors
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Bonnie Loyd

The Landscape Humans Inhabit Reflects Our Unconscious Social Practices
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Brian Arthur

Traditional economics may no longer be relevant to the contemporary business environment.
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Burton Mack

In Galilee During Jesus' Life, The Influence of Greek Cynics Was Probably Greater Than Jewish Influence
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Calvin Morris

Martin Luther King Jr. Derived His Leadership From the Core Tradition of the Black Baptist Church
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Calvin Welch

The traditions of San Francisco politics come from two streams, one comes from wobblies, unions and socialists -- the comes other from Catholic ward politics and ethnic coalitions
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Carl Casebolt

The Environmental Movement Isn't Large Enough to Have Sufficient Political Effect
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Catherine Elgin

Without Religious Certainty, We Can Still Know What Is Right
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Charles Benbrook

Tomatoes From Florida Use Ten Times the Pesticide as Those From California
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Charles Murray

Rent Control Laws and Barriers to Tenant Eviction Actually Decrease Community Diversity
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Charles Reich

Does Our Contemporary Society Resemble the Dream of Constitutional Founders? Is it the Democracy They wanted?
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Chris Carlsson - Med-O

Most of the Work We Do Is Wasteful, Trivial and Irrelevant.
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Chris Hardman

New Theater Uses Stereo Earphones For Each Member Of the Audience, The New Magic Removes Nearly All The Traditonal Boundaries Between Producer, Actor and Audience
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Clare Cooper Marcus

We Are Far Behind Scandinavia in Housing For Single Parents
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Claude S. Fischer

The Idea That Technology Is a Driving Force in Shaping Social Behavior Is Wrong Based on the History of the Telephone. In 1909 AT&T Advertised the New Telephone "Highway".- Early forecasts about the phone match current exaggerated forcasts about the internet
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Clifford Cobb

Classical Economics is Based on Assumptions About a System in Equilibrium. We Live in an Economic System That is in Disequilibrium
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Clifford Geertz

In Today's World, the Natives Read Books Written About Them.
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Daniel Bell

The Social Role of Economics Has Decreased Significantly in the Past 50 Years.
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Daniel Callahan

Our Society Is Constantly Converting Private Behaviors Into Public Issues
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Daniel Yergin

The History of Oil and the History of the 20th Century Are Very Similar and Intertwined
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Darlene Cohen

Efforts to Ignore Pain and to Cover it with Distraction Are Counter -Productive, and So Is the New Age Motif of "Accepting" It
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David B. Morris

The Discovery of Ether as a Surgical Anesthetic in 1846 Has Altered Our View of Life
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David Card

Hard Data Shows That Traditional Beliefs About Labor, Minimum Wage Laws and Affirmative Action Laws Are Wrong
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David Cohen

There Is a Timing Pattern in the Public Pressures on Congress.
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David Denby

In a Media Saturated World We Have Become Dwellers In a Permanent Spectacle -- A Giant Circus
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David Hollinger

Multiculturism, Based on Ethnicity and Race, Is Now An Accepted Fact of American Life, Replacing The Idea of a Universal Society With Only Religious Differences
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David Landes

Some Nations, Such as Switzerland, Benefit From Technological Change More Than Others
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David Schwartz

Little Progress in Moving Education From an Industrial Model to a Personal One
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David Sibbet

In Los Angeles, People Come to a Public Meeting to Work -- But They Don't Want to Come Back a Second Time
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David Teece

In the 1990's, the Main Corporate Asset Is Information Processing Skill
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David Tracy

The Potential of Each Person to Be an Extremist Can Be Used to Help Us Understand Other Peoples' Extremism
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Deanna Marquart

Recent Technological Changes Leave Pesticide Residues on Frozen Strawberries
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Diane Beeson

The Reason Bioethics Presents Many Dilemmas Is Our Refusal To Confront Underlying Social Forces That Create Dilemas.
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Dick Godown

The Battle for Legislative and Regulatory Victory is Carried Out With Metaphor. The Biotechnology Lobby Has Prevailed
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Don Conroy

To Save the Environment, We Need New Religious Symbols
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Dorothy Bryant

The End of The Cold War May Have Left Us With a More Complex World To Deal With -- We May Become Nostalgic For the US-Russia Polarity
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Douglas Lummis

The Japanese People are Overwhelmingly Against Their Government on the Issue of Militarism
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Douglas McDonald

We Know Little or Nothing About Reducing Crime, Still We Have to Design a Prison System That Serves Some Set of Goals
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Drucilla Cornell

Feminist Theory Has Trouble With the Concept of Privacy. Privacy Supports the Status Quo but Personal Sexuality Requires Privacy
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Earl Shorris

The Concept of 'Macho' as Used in Aztec Society Has Parallels to 'Virtue' as Used in Renaissance Europe
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Ed Roberts

Many People Prefer Death to Disability
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Edward Luttwak

The U.S. Already Looks Like a Third World Nation, And It Could Soon Become One.- Economic Competition Has Replaced War
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Edward Said

The Common English Word 'Oriental' Incorporates an Entir Ideology of Greed and Colonialism
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Elaine Pagels

Satan in the Old Testament Was an Angel Who Played the Role of Skeptic. The New Testament Satan is an Evil Force.
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Elaine Scarry

One Person Can Be Suffering Internal Pain While No Other Person Around Her Is Aware of It
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Ernest Callenbach

The Environment Needs a Tax on Consumer Sales to Cover Recycling and Renewal
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Ernest Callenbach

We Shouldn't Elect Our Congress,We Should Choose It Like a Jury
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Eugene Bardach

Reform Proposals for Existing Legislatures and Politicians May Result in Worse Behavior.
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Eva Paterson

The Rehnquist Supreme Court Took Us Back 40 Years in Civil Rights
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Eviatar Zerubavel

Why Do We East Herring But Not Goldfish, Duck But Not Parrot? Why is a Hamburger With Cheese a Cheeseburger But With Lettuce its Not a Lettuceburger?
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Fran Peavey

Asking The Right Question Can Help People To Understand Their Social Roles and Responsibilities
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Francis Fukuyama

Economic Productivity is Closely Related to Social Characteristics, Most of All: Trust
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Francis Stewart

Current Third World Development Programs Bring the Wrong Capital and Increase Dependence
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Frank Ostaseski

Dying Can Be a Fullfilling Process for the Individual But It Would Have to Reflect "Progress", in Some Way, to Be Valued in Our Society
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Frank Zimring

The Idea That Simple, Feasible Gun Control Can Reduce Violence in America Is Wrong
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Frederick Crews

The Recovered Memory Movement is Part of The "Blame Someone" Movement. There Is No Recovered Memory.
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Gail Pheterson

Society Punishes Prostitutes As A Warning to All Women Who Act Independently
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Gary Delgado

It Is Frivolous to Consider the End of Affirmative Action -- Basic Protection Against Racial Discrimination Has Not Been Enforced in Housing or Work
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Gary Gaumer

Our Definition of What Health is and What Health Needs Are Is Steadily Expanding
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Gavin Langmuir

Anti-Semitism Is a Part of the Larger History Anti-Judaism
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Gene Burns

The Catholic Church Appears to Contradict Itself On Social Welfare Issues and Sexual Politics.
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George Ayittey

Is there an economic future for most of Africa?
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George Lakoff

The Metaphors We Live By linguist
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George M. Frederickson

The Ideology of Race is Very Different Between African-Americans and South African Blacks -- Identity/Separation vs. All One People
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George McRobie

Soil and Science Are an Explosive Mixture
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Gerald Holton

Einstein Made An Arbitrary Assumption That the Speed of Light Was Constant
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Gerald Weissmann

There Are Intelligent Ways to Deal With Social Problems of Unknown Causes, Such as Crime
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Ghillean Prance

The Absence of Seasons is What Makes the Tropical Rain- Forest So Valuable For Pharmaceuticals
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Glenn Carroll

Looking At Business Survival Over 200 Years We Find The Determinants Are Mostly Historic Accident and Inertia
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Gregory Noble

The Only Three Countries With Effective Post-War Land Reform Are the Fastest Growing Nations: Japan, South Korea and Taiwan
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Gustav Ranis

Taiwan Became a Rich Nation Because Farmers Stayed on Their Farms
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Harold Schechter

Relations of Folk Tales to Popular Culture
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Harvey Mansfield

Enlightened Self-Interest is not a Sufficient Primary Value On Which to Build a Liberal Society --We also need passions and aspirations
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Hazel Henderson

Running the U.S. Economy by the GNP Is Like Flying a 747 By the Oil Gauge
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Heather M. Sutherland

Canadians Appreciate Immigrants, We Don't
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Helen Fisher

Cross-Cultural Studies and Animal Behavior Studies Suggest That Human Couples Are Most Likely To Break Up After Four Years
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Henry Aaron

Medicine Swamps Us With New Technology and We Keep Wanting More
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Henry I. Miller

To Deal With The Risks of Biotechnology We Need Research That Targets The Highest Type of Risk in Each Specific New Plant and Animal Product
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Herman Gray

Television is a Cultural Arena in Which Social and Political Values Vie for Position
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Howard Gardner

1. The Best Students Can Graduate Without Understanding Their Core Material
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Howard Gardner

A Successful Leader, Such as Gandhi, Has a Story/ a Narrative That Draws Followers and The Leader Exemplifies the Story.
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Howard Hersh

The Reason We Don't Have Names and Categories for the New Music is That the Living Composers are Creating from a Wide Context that Itself is too Complex to Name
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Howard Margolis

When the Pope Censored Galileo, He Got Unintended Long- Term Policy Results for His Church
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Hubert Dreyfus

The Widely Touted Idea of Artificial Intelligence in Computers Is a Misconception
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Huey Johnson

Can We Manage the Political Environment to Preserve Our Natural Environment for Twenty Five Years?
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Iain Boal

The Modern Mega-Machine That Threatens Our Survival Is Propelled By Metaphors in Science and Technology.
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Ira Jackson

Government Employees Can Be Enthusiastic and Very Competent
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Irma Adelman

To Change From a Developing Agrarian Nation into a Newly Industrial Country Requires That Farmers Be Consumers of Domestic Industrial Output.
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Irving Horowitz

How Do We Explain the Nature of Recent Genocides? What Has Everyone Missed?
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Irving L. Howe

Genocide is a Creation of the State --- It is the Secularization of Death
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Jack Katz

Emotional Needs Are Often The Driving Force in Violent Crime
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Jacob Needleman

The Meaning of Life Is Becoming a More Urgent Question in Public Debate
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James Beniger

In Our Society More Effective Controls Mean More EconomicGrowth.
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James Clifford

Most Cultures Borrow From Each Other While They Interact
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James Rosenau

The Same Forces That Led To The Breakup Of The Soviet Union Are Creating Problems In Somalia, The Former Yugoslavia And Liberia
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James Tobin

Does Macro Economics Deliver the Desired Policies of Low Inflation and High Employment
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Jane Tompkins

professor of English
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Jeffrey Alexander

Civil Society' is Returning to the Center of Discussion in the United States and Displacing 'Economic Man'
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Jeffrey Stout

The Moral Issues of Everyday Life are Not Addressed in Popular or Academic Discourse on Morals
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Jennifer James

Sentimentality Can Be Harmful --It Clouds One's Ability to Learn From History Which Makes Understanding the Present Impossible
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Jentri Anders

How Anarchists formed a Counter Culture Community
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Jerry Berman

Our Rights of Privacy Are Being Protected Because of the Profit Needs of Electronic Mail Companies.
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Jerry Glenn

Technology Is Increasing Our Awareness and Acceptance of Social Diversity
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Jerry Hagstrom

The TV Campaign Techniques Used By Political Candidates in the U.S. Are Spreading Around the World
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Jerry Mander

Television May Destroy the Eskimo's Ability to Survive and Ours, Too
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Jessica Tuchman Mathews

It Is Possible For Science, Which Includes Much Uncertainty, To Be The Basis For Strong Policy and Regulation
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Joan Wallach Scott

The Idea of Universal Human Values Presents a Serious Problem for Feminists Because the Universal Representative is a White Male
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Joe Corn

The Way Society Provides Maintenance for Technological Products Teaches Important Lessons
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Joel Achenbach

There Are More Books Of Trivial Lists and One Sentence Wisdom Than Ever Before
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Joel Garraeu

The Metropolis of America Has Taken a New Edge-City Form in the Past Twenty Years: a Core Surrounded by a Circle of Smaller Cities.
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John Brown Childs

The Multi-cultural Idea Is Preferable To The Melting Pot But It Is Far Short of the Idea a National Community With Genuine Diversity
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John Gardner

One of the Knottiest Problems in Our Society Is the Financial and Political Independence of Suburbs From Their Core Cities
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John Irwin

Crime Becomes a Political Focus When More Important Issues Are Too Difficult For the Electorate to Face
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John R. Stilgoe

As Our Young Generation Becomes More Flabby, the Beach Becomes a Less Desirable Place to Visit
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John Searle

We Do Not Have to Choose Human Society as the By-Product of, Biologically Limited Brains or as a Social Construct
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John Tepper-Marlin

A City's Health Depends on Civic Cohesion
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Jonathan Adler

Environmental Teaching To Children is No Longer Science, It Has Become Ideology.
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Jonathan Rauch

Our Democracy Has Inherent In Its Structures and Public Values The Gridlock in Government That We All Dread
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Joyce Appleby

Much of Our Perception of the Contemporary Economic World is Based on Ideology That Pre-Dates Adam Smith.
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Judith Stacey

Americans Love Marriage, We Do It Often. As A Result We Have Replaced The One Marriage Structure
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Judy Heumann

Many People Prefer Death to Disability
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Julia and Nathan Hare

Industrial Concepts are Being Applied to Child Rearing and Black Children are Prime Targets
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Karlene Roberts

The U.S. Navy Has One of the Most Effective and Advanced Organizational Structures for Handling Dangerous Environments
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Kate Bornstein

The Bi-Polar Classification of Gender Based on the Biology of Genitals is on the Way Out.
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Kathleen Gerson

With Mothers at Work, Their Children are Benefiting
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Kazuaki Tanahashi

Artists Behave According to the Expectations of Their Culture
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Kazuo Takahashi

Developing Countries Often Have Fragile Societies
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Kenneth Baker

The Role of Art Critic in The Civil Dialog About Art Is To Be a Public Example of An Art Viewer
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Kenneth Frampton

The Architectural Dream of Building Housing on Production Lines Like Automobiles is Fading- A house is site specific
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Kenneth Gergen

Entering-Level College Students Already Accept a Relativistic World Without Truth, Progress or Certainty
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Kenneth Jowitt

The Post-Cold War World Has Frontier Qualities. Nation States and National Boundaries Are Disappearing Rapidly From Liberia, Somalia and Serbia to Russia and, Possibly, China
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Lani Silver

Survivors of the Holocaust Seldom Find Friends or Family Willing to Listen to Their Stories
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Laura Nader

In Other Cultures, American Women are Used as Examples of the Terrible Consequences of Feminism
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Lawrence Chickering

Successful Community Organizing in Public Housing Projects in the U.S. Has Many Similarities to Organizing in Third World Countries
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Lawrence M. Friedman

The Law Is Continually Adapting to the Values of Contemporary Society. Sometimes Rapidly, Sometimes Slowly
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Lawrence Stone

From the Time of Shakespeare to Dickens, the Average English Husband Had Casual Sex with Servants at Will and Left His Wife by "moving on" to the next county
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Lee Coleman

Mental Health Experts in the Courtroom Have Perpetrated Greater Punishments On Many Defendants and Convicted Innocent Citizens
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Leonard Koren

The Potential for Learning Through Graphic Arts Is Only Beginning to be Explored
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Leslie Lipson

Ethical Systems Exist Without Religions, But Amero- European Societies Mistakenly and Unfortunately Confuse the Two
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Lester Thurow

In the Next Fifty Years We Must Either Become More Like Japan and Europe or Poorer and Envious
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Lewis Hyde

The Mythical Character of the Trickster (Coyote to American Indians) Is Found As the Traveling Con Man in Contemporary Literature and Pop Culture
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Linda Hess

When We Talk About the 'West' We Use a Word With Many Meanings and No Real Content
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Lindsey Robinson

Looking at Changes in Human Development and Institutions
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Louis Winnick

The Number of Poor People in America is Overstated Because of Flawed Government Data Collection
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Lyn Fine

We Would Do Well To Think of American Teenagers Killing Each Other As an Environment of War -- There Are Similar Causes
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Maggie Rubenstein

Since the Kinsey Reports Nearly Fifty Years Ago, There Has Been a Significant Increase in Our Professional and Popular Knowledge of Sexuality, But Very Little Change in Practice
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Malcolm Margolin

These People Still Live Among Us and See the Hawks
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Mancur Olson

Business Prosperity Depends on Long-term Political Stability and Effective Restraint on Government
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Margaret MacKenzie

The Medical Community Can Reduce A Client's Weight in Only 5% of All Cases, Yet Everyone Blames the Client For the Failure
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Margaret T. Singer

Regarding Cults, Most People Focus On the Charisma of the Leader, But the Important Concern is the Vulnerability of Each of Us to Influence
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Margo Adair

American Cultural Norms Cause Individuals To Filter Out That Which is Most Meaningful -- Leaving Alientation Fragmentation.
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Margo St. James

Society Punishes Prostitutes As A Warning to All Women Who Act Independently
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Marjorie Garber

Where do we find the History of Bisexuality?
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Mark Crispin Miller

Many of the Emotional Elements in the Design of Shopping Malls are Derived from Television
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Mark Jacobs

The Juvenile Justice System is Chaotic and Unable to Change the Outcome of the Lives Entrusted to It: Some Get Out Well and Some Get More Dangerous
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Mark Moore

It is Important for the Leaders of Public Organizations to Explain Their Purposes in Simple Lanaguage
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Mark Smith

Popular Hostility to HMOs is Strange. Most People as Individuals are Very Proud of Their Own Healthcare, But View Healthcare in General With Anxiety
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Martin Malia

In Russia There are No Reformers, Only Those For the Old Way and Those Who Know A New Way Is Necessary
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Martin Marty

Fundamentalism Began to Have New Problems As It Filled Its Political Wish List
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Martin Sanchez-Jankowski

Street Gangs Are Primarily Economic Organizations
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Mary Catherine Bateson

Many People Compose Their Lives Like a Musician Composes a Symphony.
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Mary Clark

Our Political and Economic Systems Don't Reflect the Cooperative Nature of Our Biological Heritage
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Mary Douglas

The Right, Left and Invisible Hands are Market Metaphors that give Validity to Business
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Mary 'Polly' Cleveland

One Percent of Americans Own 26% of Our Wealth, But earn Only 8% of our Income
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Michael Doyle

Consensus Comes From Having a Common Memory
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Michael Gerlach

The Japanese Business Structure Isn't Becoming More American --Meanwhile More Asian Countries Are Copying The Japanese Model
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Michael L. Smith

In 1969, the Only Place the American Flag Could Be Erected Without Being Torn Down Was on the Moon
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Michael Lerner

The Belief That Success Comes From Merit and Talent Is Debilitating to Most People
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Michael Lerner

The U.S. has Behaved Like an International Outlaw for the Past Forty Years
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Michael Mann

The Totalitarian Ideologies That Dominated Half Of This Century, Communism and Facism are Probably Gone
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Michael Moffatt

Anthropology is More Cautious Than Ever About What Observers Can See and Understand in Another Culture
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Michael Novak

Commerce Suits Our Republic Perfectly
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Michael O'Hare

There May Be No Difference Between Innovation in Public Policy and Replication
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Michael Phillips

We Perceive Our World Through the Institutions of Language, Occupation, Education, Our Historic Era and Geographic Location. Our Identity Is the By-Product of Our Specific Institutions
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Michael Phillips

The New Discipline of Social Thought May Have Developed in the End of the 20th Century in Response to the Holocaust
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Michael Phillips

There are Three Kinds of Commerce and They Co-Exist in Our Lives Simultaneously- Trade has never gone away just because the Industrial form has grown rapidly
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Michael Sandel

When We Demand Rights We Automatically Expand the Federal Role
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Michael Scott Morton

Large Organizations May Be Doomed in a Business Where Information Technology Leads To Rethinking Organizational Structure
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Michael Snedeker

What are the Forces That Led to the Child Abuse Witch Hunt in the 1980s
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Michael Walzer

There Have Been Empires of Great Toleration, Roman, Persian, Ottoman, With Geographic Separation Between Religio-Ethnic Groups. Today Groups Intertwine and Toleration Applies to Individual Differences
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Milton Friedman

Alternative Policies are Only Implemented in Times of Crisis
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Milton Moskowitz

Most American Multi-National Businesses Really Aren't Multi-National
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Morris Berman

From an Early Age, Our World view is Shaped by Our Identity as We See It Reflected in Mirrors.
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Nadja Krylov

What are the Issues in Management in Russia Today
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Nancy Morita

Some Advertising Spots Promote 'Nature' as Romantic, While Others Promote the Abhorrence of Dirt
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Nathan Tarcov

The Founding Fathers Were Divided on the Same Foreign Policy Issues That We Struggle With Today
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Ned Eichler

The Savings and Loan Debacle Displays America's Historic Inability to Centralize Credit
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Neil Postman

Television Has Destroyed the Concept of Childhood, Which is Why Eleven-Year-Olds are Being Tried as Adult Criminals
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Neil Smelser

Three Ideas Determine the Structure of All Major American Institutions from Universities to Health Care Legislation -- Individualism, Equality of Opportunity and Democracy
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Norman Birnbaum

The Intellectual Landscape of Politics and Sociology Cry Out For A New John Dewey.
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Norman F. Cantor

An Incipient Women's Movement Can Be Found in 12th Century Europe With Clear Ideology and Political and Economic Demands.
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Norman Fischer

Zen Practice Can Make a Contribution To The Way We "Work" in Contemporary America
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Oliver E. Williamson

Each Transaction in the Business World Has an Associated Cost and Understanding This Structure Explains Firm Size and Corporate Organization
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Patricia Ryan

Every Social Interaction Involves Status
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Patrick Suppes

Future of Technology
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Paul Billings

Ethical Problems Arising From Genetic Engineering Are Already Apparent and Are Built Into Our Social Values. We already believe in genetic determinism.
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Paul M. Kennedy

The U.S. is Economically Suffering the Result of Over-Extension of Its Military in the Cold War
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Paul R. Krugman

New Economics in the Past 20 Years Rejects the Premise of Free Trade. Historic accident and the theory of increasing returns to scale suggest that protectionism can be wisely used to increase economic growth
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Paul Robinson

For the Last Twenty Years the Nature of Childhood Sexuality Has Been Denied in America. Children Are Very Sexual
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Paul Saffo

A Technology Takes 30 Years to Go From "Gee Whiz" to a Solid Industry
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Paul Starr

The Public Awe of Science At the Turn of the Century Gave Medicineand Doctors Astounding Power In Our Society -- Long-Term Power
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Paul Zurkowski

The Information Economy is Too Young For Us to Establish an Equivalent to Public Libraries
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Paula Bottome

It Is Increasingly Difficult for Couples Over 45 to Marry and Stay Married.
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Paula Harrell

The Vital Chinese-Japanese Relationship Is Being Ignored By The U.S. Government Despite Its Importance For The Coming Decades
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Peter Berg

Redesigning Cities is Fundamental to Sustainable Bio-regions.
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Peter Berg

It is a Wonderful Surprise to See Many Bioregional Prophecies Coming True.
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Peter Huber

What Can We Imagine About a Society Where All Communication Between All People Can Be Instantaneous?
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Peter Schwartz

Social Change, Like Evolutionary Change, Occurs Rapidly but Rarely
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Peter Sherrill

Scientific Practice in the Natural Sciences Has Become So HeavilyStatistical That It Resembles Social Science
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Phil McManus

The Rebellion in Chiapas, Mexico Uses Non-Violent Strategy Successfully, Relentlessly
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Philip Cushman

Psycho-therapy Has Gained Power and Status Promoting Itself as Science-- But It Is Moral Dialog That Supports The Status Quo.
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Pierre Noyes

Will the Discrete Language of Digital Computers and Particle Physics Combine to Create a New Form of Science
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Rabbi Alan Lew

When Judaism Faced an Historic Chasm, New Rituals and New Institutions Were Developed and Then Cloaked in "Tradition"
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Rachel Bagby

The Notions of Community and Diversity Have Different Origins That Are Obscured By Careless Use of The Term Community
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Ralph Nader

With So Many Women in the Work Force, There is Almost No One Left to Carry on Our Civic Life
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Ralph Potter

Our Society is Creating More Ethical Niches Where Separate Ethical Systems Operate -- Professionals, Experts and Top Managers-- a shift from etiquette and customs to greater legalism
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Raphael Ezekiel

Can You Tell, When You are Sitting Next to One, that He is a Neo-Nazi or a Klansman?
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Rich Hayes

Environmental Predictions in the Early 1970's Were Wrong About Dire Resource Scarcity
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Richard E. Williams

Ethnic and Racial Groups Do Not Have a Smooth, Continuous Identity. - An Irish male in America before the Civil War was on the bottom rung
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Richard Gilbert

The Economic Implication of Information Is The Main Issue in Economic Theory -- It Determines Firm Size and The Nature of Competition
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Richard J. Ellis

The Liberal Concept of 'Equality Based On Results' Has Illiberal Consequences
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Richard Lichtman

Psychology Has Many Ideas That Need to Be Integrated Into Marxist Theory Such As The Defense Mechanism
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Richard Pipes

The Soviet Union in the 70 Years After the 1917 Revolution Was Very Similar to Russia Under the Czars
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Richard Rorty

A Successful Relativist Society Can be Built on Each Individual's Sense of Irony
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Richard Rubenstein

Conflict Resolution Is An Alternative to The Ineffectiveness of Power Battles And Legal Adjudication
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Richard Saul Wurman

There Are Only 5 Ways to Catalogue Information . . . One is Alphabetical
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Richard Wollheim

In Art We Seek Understanding, Pleasure and Evaluation -- Understanding Precedes Pleasure
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Rita Gross

Buddhist Teaching Uses Images of Androgyny, but Men Have Held Power for Centuries
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Robert A. Scalapino

China Will Always Be a Communal Society Centered Around Family and Village Structures
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Robert Aitken

Social Action and Affinity Groups Are Part of Buddhist Tradition.
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Robert B. Reich

Japan-Bashers Commonly Use Metaphors of Pearl Harbor
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Robert Bellah

Managing Money Should Not Be the Same as Managing People.
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Robert Bellah

The U.S. Has a Civil Religion That Shapes Much of Our Public Policy For Better and For Worse.
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Robert Dahl

Russia and Other First-time Countries May Have Trouble Using Democracy Because The Citizens Lack Tolerance For Differences.
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Robert Darnton

The Pornography of Pre-Revolution France Was a Primary Vehicle for Transmitting Enlightenment Ideas
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Robert Gnaizda

(1) Dumping Government Cheese Was Stopped by One Public Interest Attorney
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Robert H. Frowick

Multiple Goals of: Human Rights, Democratization, A Muslim Self Defense Force and Maintaining Political Stability May Not Be Possible
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Robert Heilbroner

Economics and Politics are Intimately Connected Ideas
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Robert Nozick

We Can Create a Meaningful Life If We Carefully Examine Our Values
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Robert Thurman

An Excellent Alternative to Rational Society Can be Found in Tibet, Modern in Concept Without Destroying the Environment
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Robert Thurman

Military Power in Our Society Faces No Effective Countervailing Social Force
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Roberto Mangabeira Unger

The Traditional Forms of Property Rights and Politics Limit Our Vision of Possible Political Forms
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Rolf Faste

Engineering Students Need to Learn the Skills of Improvisational Theater
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Ron Heifetz

How Should We Think About Leadership Issues?
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Ronald Bailey

The Environmental Movement Has Been Making False Predictions for Thirty Years, Starting With Erlich's Population Bomb.
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Ronald David

The Primary Determinant of Individual Health is Social Fabric -- Friends and Family. More Medical Technology Does Nothing
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Ronald Siegel

Paranoia Can Be Found in Everyone in Various Degrees and It Is Communicable Like Coughing and Scratching
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Ronda Cornum

Did My Extensive Background with Horses and Horse Training Contribute to My Military Leadership
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Russell Jacoby

The Campus Debate on 'Politically Correct Curriculum and Behavior' Occurs Primarily on Campuses with Activist Law Schools
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Ruth Hubbard

Is There a One on One Connection Between a Gene and Its Expression?
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Sarah Coakley

Underlying the Earliest Christian Church Consideration of the Trinity is a Fear of the Sexual-Orgiastic Role of the Spirit in Prayer
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Scott Armstrong

Several Hundred Congressional Staffers Inadequately Oversee One Million Secret Employees.
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Seymour Martin Lipset

America Is as Different From Canada as Revolution Is From Counter-Revolution
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Sherri Cavan

Graffiti is Everywhere, Even Rural Egypt, and Its Presence Reflects Social Conflict.
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Shoshana Zuboff

Management Skills in Our Society Are Not Appropriate for the Level of Information Technology That is in Place
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Sissela Bok

Secrecy Has Some Good Qualities and Many Bad Ones.
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Sonya Yoerg

We Now Find That All Known Animals Have to Be Carefully Trained In Their Infant and Juvenile Stage In Order to Survive
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Stanley Fish

There is No Way to Be Objective, One Always Has a Standpoint
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Stanley M. Davis

Waste Products in the Information Economy are Valuable, More Valuable Than Similar Industrial Waste Products
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Stephan Greenblatt

Columbus Set Sail with Concepts and Metaphors that Gave Him and Spain Rights in the New World
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Steve 'Jack' Kaplan

Ethiopian Jews in Israel are Not Acting Like a Lost Tribe
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Steven J. Gould

(1) Fate and Destiny Are Not Ideas in Evolutionary History
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Stewart Brand

Over a Hundred-Year Period, Homes and Commercial Buildings Change At a Rapid Rate. The Forces of Change Are the Market and Functionality.
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Stuart Dreyfus

The Widely Touted Idea of Artificial Intelligence in Computers Is a Misconception
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Sylvia Wynter

We Now Think Of Ourselves As Biological Beings in Contrast to The Earlier View of Self as Spiritual. The self is created by our society -- we are products of the "words" that create dialog, meaning and culture
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Thelma Farley

In Education, Emotional Insight Can Become Direct Intellectual Insight
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Thomas Bender

There is a Tension Between the Needs of Intellectuals and the Values of Democracy.- A heirarchy of truth or knowledge is undemocratic, but it is real .
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Thomas Hughes

Technology Has Been the Central Cultural Artifact of American Society
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Thomas Rohlen

Japan's Model of Power in the World Is to Have the Best Trained Citizens
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Thomas Sowell

Blacks in America Are Following an Assimilation Pattern Very Similar to the Irish
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Thomas Thornton

India is Not Part of the American Consciousness Because We Have NotFought a War There, We Had Little Immigration From There and It Was Not a Target of Our Missionaries
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Timothy C. Weiskel

The Current Environmental Crisis is Much More Serious and Dangerous Than We Perceive
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Timothy C. Weiskel

environmentalist
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Todd Gitlin

Each Person's Generation Shapes His or Her Perspective on the Current World
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Tom Athanasiou

The Ecology Movement Is Full of Distractions: Population, Pollution, Technology -- The Real Issue Is The Global Division of Rich and Poor.
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Tony Nelessen

Many Towns and Neighborhoods are Using Simple Democratic Practices to Choose Their Zoning Plans with Successful Outcomes
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Tony Oettinger

Many parts of the Information Society Are Very Slow to Change
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Troy Duster

We Are Putting African-Americans in Jail in Record Numbers and at Great Enough Tax Cost to Directly Harm University Budgets
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Vivian Hutchinson

Unemployed People Have a Greater Need to Understand Our Economic System Than Most People
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Walt Clark

National Attitudes Exaggerate the Negatives of Alcohol and Ignore the Positive and Historic Roles
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Walter Johnson

What Happened to the Idea of the Paperless Office?
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Walter Truett Anderson

Americans Readily Sense the Post-Modern View That We Create Reality With Our Religious Diversity.
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Wendy Brown

The End of Modernity Has Brought With It Great Cultural Confusion. The End of Confusion Requires Understanding Power.
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Wendy Doniger

India's Religions Have Much to Teach About the Meaning of Evil
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William Calvin

Human Intelligence May Be the By-product of Nature's Wanton Wastefulness.
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William Domhoff

The Elite Who Rule America Believe That Wealth and Power Are Rewards for Their Competence
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William Galston

The American Concept Of 'We The People' Has Changed and Now Reflects a Political Disintegration
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William H Whyte

When Corporations Move To The Suburbs They Usually Locate Near The Chairman's Home
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William Julius Wilson

Work is the Organizing Principal of Urban Daily Life. It Organizes Family and Values- In the urban black ghetto, work has largely disappeared for males
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William McDonough

Our World is Faced With a Major Design Flaw. There is No Validity to Products Designed To End Up As Waste
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Yaakov Garb

Metaphors Shape Our Vision of Nature
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Yael Zerubavel

History is Shaped by Present Day Political Values, Even When There is Only One Documented Source for the Event Itself.- Masada is a good example
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