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HOW FREE IS ONE TO FASHION HIS FATE? by Perry Mann

HOW FREE IS ONE TO FASHION HIS FATE? “Character is fate,” deduced the historian Barbara Tuchman (1912-1989), who wrote “The March of Folly,” a book George Bush should have read before March, 2003. It relates “how mighty empires, churches and … Continue reading

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EVOCATIONS OF HENRY GEORGE’S SINGLE TAX by Perry Mann

EVOCATIONS OF HENRY GEORGE’S SINGLE TAX “It would require no less than the fingers of the two hands to enumerate those who, from Plato down, rank with Henry George among the world’s social philosophers…. No man, no graduate of a … Continue reading

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Frugality To Prodigality In An Age by Perry Mann

Julian, Here is one I wrote a while back. I think you will relate to this one.  Perry FRUGALITY TO PRODIGALITY IN AN AGE “Our profligate ways at home are mirrored in Washington and in the global marketplace, where as a … Continue reading

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A BIOLOGICAL TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT by Perry Mann

A BIOLOGICAL TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT The announcement that a Massachusetts company has cloned a six-celled human embryo has given rise to a number of voices denouncing the procedure. Some lawmakers, the Vatican and George W. Bush have, among others, … Continue reading

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