Volume 13, Issue 2, Spring 2003
Deciding Who Should Speak on Campus - Deborah Tannen
Squandering Volunteerism - Amitai Etzioni
Does Socio-Economic Inequality Undermine Community? Implications for Communitarian
Theory - Richard M. Coughlin
Why communitarians should worry more about inequality.
The Dangers of School District Consolidation - Alan Ehrenhalt
Fearing for the survival of their communities, the citizens of small-town Arkansas are protesting the governor's latest proposal.
Rudeness in America - Deborah Wadsworth
Has rudeness become the norm? A new survey reveals some interesting findings.
Immigrants and Minorities in Liberal Democracies
Three distinguished scholars comment on Diversity Within Unity: A New Approach to Immigrants and Minorities [Winter 2002/03]. The platform's drafter responds.
- Religious Disestablishment in Western Europe: An Undervalued Step toward "Diversity Within Unity" - David A. Hollinger
- A Closer Look at Unity: What Social Cohesion Does and Does Not Require - Rainer Bauböck
- Taking Immigrants' Rights Seriously - Ruth Rubio-Marín
- In Defense of Diversity Within Unity - Amitai Etzioni
The Community Bookshelf
- Piety and Civility in the Public Arena - Edward W. Lehman
Review of Philip Selznick's The Communitarian Persuasion
- What Is Civil Society (and Is It Really a Good Thing)? - Francesca Polletta
Review of Civil Society and Government, edited by Nancy L. Rosenblum and Robert C.
The Community's Pulse
A Communitarian Gem: Article 41 of the New Swiss Constitution - Winfried Brugger
Libertarians, Authoritarians, Communitarians
Commentary - Isabel V. Sawhill