Magazine and Newspaper Articles

 

620. “The Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist,”  Volume I, Issue 5, August, 2013.

619. “Time for New Paradigms.” Diplomatist Magazine, June 2013, pg. 54-55

618. “The Folly of Nation Building.” The National Interest. 120 (July/August 2012) p. 60-68.

617. “Obama’s New Old Defense Strategy.” The New Republic. April 5 2012.

616. “One Size Fits All? Changing the Liberal World Order.” IP Journal. February 28, 2012.

615. “Unintended Consequences: War Crimes in Libya.” Commonweal (January 13, 2012) p. 9.

614. “Rethinking the Pakistan Plan.” The National Interest 117 (January/February 2012) p. 55-65.

613. “The Lessons of Libya.” Military Review 92.1 (January/February 2012) p. 45-54.

612. “Changing the Rules” Foreign Affairs, 90.6 (November/December 2011) p.173-176.

611. “Cybersecurity in the Private Sector.” Issues in Science and Technology. 28.1 (Fall 2011). p. 58-62.

610. “No Marshall Plan.” Prospect. 187 (October 2011). p. 18-19.

609. “Moral Dimensions of Educational Decisions.” The School Administrator. May 2008, p. 22-25. Reprinted in New Superintendents Journal. 2011-2012, p.28-31.

608. “The Unwarranted Attack on Social Safety Nets.” Challenge. 54:4 (July/August 2011) p. 108-115.

607. “Are the Leaders of Iran ‘Rational Actors’ Or, Can Iran Be Deterred?” Globality Studies Journal. July 30, 2011.

606. “The Tea Party Is Half Right.” Society. 48:3 (May 2011) p. 197-202.

605. “The Coming Test of U.S. Credibility.” Military Review. March-April 2011. p. 2-11.

604. “Corruption Reduction: A Foreign Policy Goal and Instrument.” Harvard International Review. 32:4 (Winter 2011). p. 22-27.

603. “A Deeply Flawed Fuel Bank.” World Policy Journal. (Winter 2010/2011). p. 103-110.

602. “Whose COIN?” Joint Force Quarterly. 60 (1st Quarter 2011). p. 19-25.

601. “Symposium: Reflections of a Sometime-Public Intellectual.” PS. (October 2010). p. 651-683.

600. “Unshackle the Troops.” The New Republic. August 12, 2010.

599. “The ‘Secret’ Matrix.” The World Today. July 2010.

598. “Obesity Prevention: A Responsive Communitarian Approach.” Part 1 and Part 2. Health Affairs Blog (July 2-3, 2010).

597. “Personal Health Records: Why Good Ideas Sometimes Languish.” Issues in Science and Technology. (Summer 2010).

596. “All Style, No Substance.” The American Scholar. (Summer 2010).

595. “A New Political Economics—and Political Economy.” Challenge (May/June 2010).

594. “Can a Nuclear-Armed Iran Be Deterred?” Military Review. (May/June, 2010)

593. “Needed: A Progressive Story.” The Nation. (May 24, 2010)

592. “Creating a Sense of Community.” Atlantic-Community. (May 6, 2010).

591. “Unmanned Aircraft Systems: The Moral and Legal Case.” Joint Force Quarterly 57 (2nd Quarter 2010) p. 66-71

590. “Strength in Numbers.” RSA Journal (Autumn 2009) p. 24-27

589. “Zero is the Wrong Number.” World Policy Journal 26:3 (Fall 2009) p. 5-13.

588. “Hey, Big Spenders.” Prospect. (September 2009).

587. “Eine florierende Gesellschaft” Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (August 29, 2009).

586. “Dreigende conflicten tussen privérechten en algemeen belang.” Nederlands Dagblad. (August 11, 2009).

585.“Algemeen belang cruciaal voor publieke moraal.” Nederlands Dagblad. (August 10, 2009).

584. “Terrorists: Neither Soldiers nor Criminals.” Military Review (July-August 2009) p. 108-118.

583. “Netanyahu turned Palestinian statehood into bargaining chip.” Ha’aretz (in Hebrew). (June 12, 2009).

582. “Netanyahu turned Palestinian statehood into bargaining chip.” Ha’aretz.(June 12, 2009).

581. “Minorités et génie national.” International Review of Sociology 19:1 (March 2009) p. 189-200.

580. “Minorities and the National Ethos.” Politics 29:2 (June 2009) p. 100-110.

579. “Tomorrow’s Institution Today: The Promise of the Proliferation Security Initiative.” Foreign Affairs 88:3 (May/June 2009) p. 7-11.

578. “Toezicht en regels maken geen einde aan het graaien.” NRC Handelsblad(May 25, 2009).

577. “Spent: America After Consumerism.” The New Republic. (June 17, 2009).

576. “The Mother of All Deals.” The St. Petersburg Times. (April 30, 2009).

575. “The Mother of All Deals.” The Times (in Russian). (April 24, 2009).

574. “A Disarmed Palestinian State.” The Salem News (March 2, 2009).505. “Second Chances, Social Forgiveness, and the Internet.” The American Scholar(Spring 2009) p. 35-41.

573. “Adaptation or Paradigm Shift? Review of Predictably Irrational, Nudge,and Falling Behind.” Contemporary Sociology 38:2 (March 2009) p. 5-8.

572. “Second Chances, Social Forgiveness, and the Internet.” The American Scholar (Spring 2009) p. 35-41.

571. “The Power of Family Ties: Sources of Solace.” Christian Century (January 13, 2009) p. 13.

570. “A Free Economy and a Regulating Government.” Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs (January-February 2009) p. 40-46.

569. “Una lingua globale che genera un serso di comunita?” Rassegna Italiana de Sociologia (Vol. 2, 2008).

568. “A National Security Strategy for the Next Administration.” Military Review(September-October 2008).

567. “Reconstruction Fantasy,” NRC Handelsblad (Aug. 8, 2008).

566. “Closing the Community Deficit in the EU,” Center for European Policy Studies’ Policy Brief (September 2008).

565. “Europe’s Opportunity to Deal With Iran,” The European Voice (September 11, 2008).

564. “Boefjes ontstaan niet door wijk.” Trouw (June 28, 2008).

563. “Lost in too many translations.” The European Voice (July 17, 2008).

562. „Weniger ist mehr.“ Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (July 28, 2008).

561. “For the good of all its people, Israel must pursue diversity.” The Guardian(April 30, 2008).

560. “Religion and Social Order.” Policy Review (No. 148, April and May 2008) pp 59-67.

559. “Denial of Virtue.” Society (Vol. 45, No. 1, February 2008) pp 12-19.

558. “Are New Technologies the Enemy of Privacy?” Knowledge, Technology & Policy (No. 20, 2007) pp. 115-119.

557. “Succes in Irak gaat niet zonder Teheran.” NRC Handelsblad (September 10, 2007).

556. “Terrorists are neither criminals nor soldiers.” The Financial Times (August 22, 2007).

555. “Democracy is Not a Suicide Pact.” The National Interest. (July/August 2007) p. 13.

554. “‘Fundamentalist’ Muslims Who Reject All Terrorism.” The Wall Street Journal (July 18, 2007).

553. “Syria’s Poison Pill.” Ha’aretz Daily (June 13, 2007). To access the article in English, click here “The Syrian Poison Capsule.”

552. “A Less Perfect Union.” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (May/June 2007) pp.19-21.

551. “Sicherheit zuerst.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (May 31, 2007) p. 8. Also published as “Stel je prioriteiten goed.” NRC Handelsblad (June 17, 2007) p. 17.

550. “L’Occident aussi a besoin d’un renouveau spirituel.” Le Monde (April 6, 2007). Also published in Dutch as “Het Western heeft een spirituele impuls nodig.”NRC Handelsblad (April 1, 2007).

549. “Security First: Ours, Theirs and the Global Order’s.” The National Interest. (March/April 2007) pp.11-15. Also published as “Sicherheit zuerst.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (May 31, 2007) p. 8. Also published as “Vorrang Sicherheit.”Europaische Rundschau (2007/2) pp. 83-89.

548. “Controlled Maintenance.” Society. Vol. 44, No. 3 (March/April 2007) pp.7-15.

547. “Do We Want a Market in Organs?” New York Times, Sunday Book Review Letter-to-the-Editor (February 25, 2007).

546. “Wilson Carey McWilliams’s Conservative Communitarianism.”Perspectives in Political Science. Vol. 35, No. 4 (Fall 2006) pp.200-204.

545. “Good Grief.” New York Times (October 7, 2006) p.A27. Also published: International Herald Tribune (October 10, 2006); HA’ARETZ (October 13, 2006); National Post (Canada) (October 24, 2006).

544. “Don’t ‘Brown’ the Hispanics.” Nieman Reports (Fall 2006) pp. 64-67.

543. “A Neo-Communitarian Approach to International Relations.” Human Rights Review (Vol. 7, No. 1, July-September 2006) pp. 69-80.

542. “Swiat po Bushu.” DZIENNIK (June 14, 2006) p. 6.

541. “Ewig lockt die Mitte – Gastkommentar” Die Welt (May 11, 2006).

540. “Time to Make a Deal with Iran.” USA Today (May 3, 2006) p. 11A.

539. “Un marche avec les mollahs: Comment se sortir de la crise du nucleaire iranien a moindre cout.” Le Monde: Week-End (April 29, 2006) p. 22.

538. “The Rights and Responsibilities of Immigrants.” Quadrant (June 2006) pp.9-13.

537. “Droits et devoirs de l’immigre.” Courrier International (June 14, 2006) pp.50-51.

536. “Recept voor geslaagde immigratie.” NRC Handelsblad (May 20/21, 2006).

535. “Das Prinzip des Mosaiks.” Süddeutsche Zeitung (April 8, 2006).

534. “Transnational Moral Dialogues.” Social Science and Modern Society (March/April 2006) pp.45-49.

533. “Stati In Crisi, Cultura Morale E Politica Estera.” Quaderni Di Scienza Politica (April 2006) pp.7-16.

532. “Leveraging Islam.” The National Interest (No. 83, Spring 2006) pp.101-106.

531. “Leaving Race Behind.” The American Scholar (Spring 2006) pp. 20-30.

530. “Das Leben Nach Bush.” Der Tagesspeigel (March 16, 2006)

529. “Sovereignty as Responsibility. (Dutch)” de Volkskrant (February 2, 2006) Forum section, p. 10.

528. “Give Washington a Civilian Review Board.” The Christian Science Monitor (January 31, 2006) p. 9.

527. “Sovereignty as Responsibility.” Orbis (Volume 50, No. 1 Winter 2006)

526. “Zachte drang tegen Iran kan niet zonder stok.”NRC Handelsblad (January 19, 2006)

525. “Patriot Act is convenient target.” USA Today, ( January 12, 2006) p. 11A

524b. “From Right to Responsibility, the Definition of Sovereignty is Changing.”The InterDependent (December 16 2005)

523c. “Jewish, yet I say: ‘Celebrate!’” The Philadelphia Inquirer (December 25, 2005)

523b. “Von Fest – und Christbaumen.” Der Tagesspiegel (December 23, 2005)

523a. “Hoog tijd voor de comeback van Jezus met kerst.” Trouw (December 15 2005)

522. “Outside view: A U.S. dream deal for Iran” The World Peace Herald (September 19, 2005)

521. “Sovereignty as Responsibility.” In the National Interest (September 2005)

520. “Toon respect, maar alleen voor wie geweld afwijst.” NRC Handelsblad (December 11 2005)

519. “Hand Over Settlements to Palestinians.” Forward, (June 24, 2005).

518. “Communal Considerations.” The American Experiment Quarterly. (Spring 2005), pp. 16-17.

517. “End Game: what the elderly have earned.” The American Scholar. (Spring 2005) pp.32-40.

516. “Beware the Public Diplomacy Disaster.” Forward, (February 25 2005) p. 7.

515. “On Self-Evident Truths.” Contemporary Thought: Playing With Modernity. (2005), pp.273-280.

514. “Außenansicht: Gedenken als gemeinsame Aufgabe.” Süddeutsche Zeitung, Nr. 18 vom (January 24, 2005).

513. “American Values Right and Left.” GPD Associated Press Services, (December 2004).

512. “Turkey Best Remain in the Middle East.” Published in German as “Türkei soll Vorbild sein für Nahen Osten.” Süddeutsche Zeitung (December 1, 2004). Also published: NRC Handelsblad, (December 7, 2004). Also published: Haaretz Daily, (December 19, 2004).

511. “Red State, Blue State, Light Meat, Dark Meat.” Forward (November 26, 2004).

510. “Fill Empty Hearts, Empty Chairs at Holiday Table.” Houston Chronicle, (November 23, 2003) p. 1C.

509. “We’ve Got This War on Terror so Wrong.” Daily Express, (October 28, 2004) p. 10

508. “Der Außenpolitik fehlt Harte.” Süddeutsche Zeitung, (October 9/10, 2004) p. 2.

507. “Forming a Global Authority: A World Government Response to Terrorism.”The Futurist, (November-December, 2004) pp. 12-13.

506. “What Are We Afraid Of?” The National Law Journal, (October 18, 2004) p. 27.

505. “There Are Too Few Lawsuits, Not Too Many” Los Angeles Times, (October 5, 2004) p. A15.

504. “Think global, act global” New Scientist, (September 11, 2004) p. 16.

503. “A Diet That Works For Us All” Los Angeles Times (August 24, 2004) p. A13.

502. “Soldiers Need Clear Orders” National Law Journal (August 16, 2004) p. 22.

501. “Israel’s Security Barrier Could Use Tweaking, Not a Wrecking Ball” USA Today (August 4, 2004), p. 11A.

500. “A Real Second Chance” National Law Journal (June 28, 2004), p. 23.

499. “A ‘Sovereign’ Iraq? Don’t You Believe It” Los Angeles Times (June 23, 2004), p. A15.

498. “Permissible Limits” National Law Journal (May 17, 2004), p. 23.

497. “It’s Not Just a Driver’s License Anymore” The Washington Post (May 16, 2004), p. B3.

496. “Why DNA Testing is Worth the Risk” Financial Times (May 10, 2004), p. 13.

495. “Loose Nuclear Arms Are the Biggest Threat” International Herald Tribune (May 3, 2004), p. 8.

494. “The 9/11 Panel Looks the Wrong Way” Los Angeles Times (April 26, 2004), p. A13. (Also published: “9/11 Panel Focuses on Past Instead of Threat From Nukes” Minneapolis Star Tribune (April 29, 2004).)

493. “Reasonable Regulation” The National Law Journal (April 5, 2004), p. 27.

492. “Religious Civil Society is Antidote to Anarchy in Iraq and Afghanistan” The Christian Science Monitor (April 1, 2004), 9.

491. “Let’s Worry More About Violence, Less About Porn” Philadelphia Inquirer (March 14, 2004).

490. “American Fantasy: Instant Democracy” International Herald Tribune (March 5, 2004) p. 8. (Also published: “Demokratie für den Nahen Osten.” Süddeutsche Zeitung, (April 17/18, 2004).)

480. “Free Trade Is Anything but Fair, and Lousy Economics Besides” Los Angeles Times (March 5, 2004) p. A15.

479. “Gibson’s Odious Film” The National Law Journal (February 23, 2004) p. 23.

478. “Great Depths of Knowledge Await Below” Los Angeles Times (February 2, 2004) p. B11.

477. “Law and Order and the Wild, Wild Web” The Christian Science Monitor (January 22, 2004) p. 9.

476. “A Virtual Web Community” The National Law Journal (January 19, 2004) p. 26.

375. “The American Slippage Toward Plutocracy.” Is Democracy in Danger? Phi Kappa Phi Forum (Winter 2004) pp. 26-29.

374. “How Character is Built.” Kappa Delta Pi Record (Winter 2004) pp. 54-57.

473. “Immigrants Can Belong and Be Themselves” International Herald Tribune (January 2, 2004) p. 6. (Also published: “Diversité dans l’unité, mode d’emploi, par Amitai Etzioni.” Le Monde, (January 14, 2004).

372. “A Self-Restrained Approach to Nation-Building by Foreign Powers.”International Affairs, Vol. 80, No. 1 (January 2004) pp. 1-17.

471. “Driver’s License, Please” The Boston Globe (December 24, 2003) p. A15.

470. “Keep an Eye on Liberty” The National Law Journal (December 15, 2003) p. 35.

469. “A Sociologist’s Iraqi Exit Strategy” The Christian Science Monitor (November 18, 2003) p. 9.

468. “A Deadly Slippery Slope” The National Law Journal (November 10, 2003) p. 31.

467. “Das kürzeste Empire aller Zeiten” S&uumlddeutsche Zeitung, Nr. 247 (October 27, 2003) p. 13 (Also published: “Criticizing the U.S. Empire is Not Enough” International Herald Tribune (November 13, 2003) p. 7).

466. “A Harmless Holiday Ritual That Has Gone Totally Amok” Chicago Tribune (October 31, 2003) p. 23 (Also published: “Halloween: A Fun Holiday Turned into a Shopping Fest” The Miami Herald, (October 31, 2003) p. 25A).

465. “Vigilant Public, Press Keep Anti-Terror Efforts From Going Too Far” USA Today (October 28, 2003) p. 23A.

464. “The Message – Not the Messenger – is Democrats’ Problem” The Christian Science Monitor (October 21, 2003) p. 9.

463. “Search Warrant Timing” National Law Journal (October 20, 2003) p. 31.

462. “Much Ado About Money” National Law Journal (September 22, 2003) p. 23.

461. “In and Out” National Review Online (October 3, 2002).

460. “Safety Cards” American Enterprise (June 1, 2003) p. 7-8.

459. “Our Unfinished Post-9/11 Duty” The Christian Science Monitor (September 11, 2003) p. 9. Also published as “How Secure Is Our Homeland?,” in Deseret Morning News (Utah) (September 14, 2003) p. AA03.

458. “Shift Money From the Colleges to K-12″ Los Angeles Times (September 2, 2003) p. B11.

457. “Dial Down U.S. Involvement in Iraq” USA Today (August 27, 2003) p. 11A.

456. “Stop Obsessing over Saddam” USA Today (August 12, 2003) p. 13A.

455. “A Fence to Make Good Neighbors” Christian Science Monitor (August 6, 2003) p. 9.

454. “Better Safe than Sorry” The Weekly Standard (July 21, 2003).

453. “Worth the Inconvenience” National Law Journal (July 14, 2003).

452. “Don’t Separate Mosque and State” Los Angeles Times (June 16, 2003) p. A11.

451. “Gemäßigten Islam im Irak unterstützen” (Support Moderated Islam in Iraq)Süddeutsche Zeitung Nr. 120 (May 26, 2003).

450. “No Talk of the Town” Legal Times (June 2, 2003) p. 51.

449. “Corral This Disease Now” National Law Journal (May 19, 2003) p. 27.

448. “Patriot Act is Needed, but so are Revisions” The Christian Science Monitor (May 2, 2003) p. 11.

447. “Aliens Are Not Part of the Club Yet” Los Angeles Times (May 4, 2003) p. M5.

446. “‘Diversity’ Argument Fails the Smile Test” The National Law Journal (April 7, 2003) p. A19.

445. “Scrap Porn-Blocking Law, Start Over” The National Law Journal (March 10, 2003) p. A13.

444. “Fight HIV With Straight Talk” The Christian Science Monitor (March 4, 2003) p. 9.

443. “To NASA: Bring in the Drones” The Christian Science Monitor (February 12, 2003) p. 11.

442. “‘Peasant Insurance’ a Corporate Shame” The Atlanta Journal and Constitution (January 30, 2003) p. 13A.

441. “Copyright: The Right Result” The National Law Journal (January 20, 2003) p. A14.

440. “How Not to Squander the Volunteer Spirit” The Christian Science Monitor (January 27, 2003) p. 11.

439. “Values, Not Pay, Provide Best Incentive to Donate Organs” USA Today (January 6, 2003). p. 113A.

438. “Flirting and Flag-Waving: the Revealing Study of Holidays and Rituals”Chronicle of Higher Education (December 13, 2002). p. 16B.

437. “Iran May Present Greater Threat than Iraq” USA Today (December 10, 2002). p. 24A.

436. “Suffer the Children” Education Week (November 30, 2002). p. 56.

435. “Killing Christians” The Weekly Standard (November 11, 2002). p. 20.

434. “Harsh Lessons in Incivility.” The Chronicle of Higher Education; The Chronicle Review. (November 1, 2002) pB14-15

433. “Seeking Middle Ground on Privacy Versus Security” Christian Science Monitor (October 15, 2002). p. 9.

432. “Treat Driver’s Licenses as What They Are” Los Angeles Times (September 23, 2002) p. 11.

431. “The Silver Lining of 9/11″ The Christian Science Monitor (September 13, 2002) p. 11.

430. “How Democracy is Preserved” The Christian Science Monitor (August 26, 2002) p. 9. Also published in “The Record,” August 28, 2002, as “Ashcroft’s Policies Strengthen Democracy.”

429. “Why Martha ‘Needs’ More” The Christian Science Monitor (August 13, 2002) p. 9.

428. “When It Comes to Ethics, B-Schools Get an F” The Washington Post (August 4, 2002) p B4.

427. “Lowering Membership Bar Cheapens ‘Democracy’” USA Today (July 25, 2002) p 13A.

426. “Mobilize America’s Foot Soldiers” The Christian Science Monitor (July 25, 2002) p 9.

425. “Show US Mettle in Pakistan” The Christian Science Monitor (July 18, 2002) p 13.

424. “Throw Book at Terrorists Who Hide as Civilians” USA Today (July 3, 2002) p 13A.

423. “The Costs of Stonewalling” The Christian Science Monitor (July 1, 2002) p 9.

422. “But Remember, Good Fences Always Make for Good Neighbors” Los Angeles Times (June 26, 2002) p A13.

421. “Mideast: Focus on the Possible” The Christian Science Monitor (June 17, 2002) p 9. By Amitai Etzioni and Shibley Telhami.

420. “Ein Amerikaner in Europa wundert sich” Die Presse (June 13, 2002)

419. “Internet Can Be a Safe Place for Kids and for Free Speech” Los Angeles Times (June 6, 2002) p A15.

418. “Engaging Iran, Slowly” The Christian Science Monitor (June 4, 2002) p 9.

417. “Pedophilia Not Curable, Data Show” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (May 21, 2002) p A1 (Also published as “Sorry, Bishops, Pedophilia really is incurable” The Chicago Tribune, May 21, 2002)

416. “Student Visa Crackdown Won’t Keep America Safe” USA Today (May 22, 2002) p 12A

415. “An earful on the war from America’s ‘allies’ The ChristianScience Monitor (May 1, 2002) p 9.

414. “Mideast Needs A ‘Wall’ to Cool off Violence. USA Today (April 9, 2002) p15A.

413. “For Now, the Saudi Plan is Just a Mirage” The Christian Science Monitor (April 1, 2002) p 9.

412. “Enron Type Scandals Will End When Penalties Fit Crimes” USA Today (March 26, 2001) p 16A.

411. “An All Inclusive Marriage Initiative” The Christian Science Monitor (March 1, 2002).

410. “The Presidency Needs Privacy” The Christian Science Monitor (February 14, 2002) p 9.

409. “Can There be a Global Society?” Perspectives (January, 2002) v 25, no. 1 p 1.

408. “Give Wrongdoers a Chance to Repent” Boston Globe (February 9, 2002) p A15.

407. “Critics of ‘Boutique’ Doctor Care Miss the Point” USA Today (January 24, 2002) p 15A.

406. “Professors Balance Duty to Students, Public Lives” USA Today (January 14, 2002) p 13A.

405. “You’ll Love Those ID Cards” Christian Science Monitor (January 14, 2002) p 11.

404. “USA May be One Nation After All” USA Today (December 31, 2001) p 12A.

403. “Inventing Hispanics” The Brookings Review (Winter 2001, vol. 20, no. 1) p 10.

402. “America’s Battle of Extremes on Safety and Rights” The Boston Globe (December 18, 2001) p A23.

401. “Homeland Defense Offers Best Option for Volunteerism” USA Today (December 12, 2001) p 15A.

400. “Consider a New Mideast Option” USA Today (November, 15, 2001) p. 15A.

399. “How Not to Win the War” USA Today (November 7, 2001) p 15A.

398. “Let’s Send Katz Packing” The National Law Journal (October 29, 2001) p A24.

397. “Censorship of War News Undermines Public Trust” USA Today (October 23, 2001) p 15A.

396. “A Proud American Moment” The Christian Science Monitor (October 11, 2001) p 9.

395. “USA Can’t Impose Democracy on Afghans” USA Today (October 10, 2001) p 15A.

394. “A New Cold War” The Boston Globe (September 27, 2001) p A15.
(Reprinted in The Jerusalem Post, October 5, 2001.)

393. “Should U.S. Forces Strike Back? Yes” USA Today (September 18, 2001) p 25A.

392. “The Myth of Privacy Invasion” The Christian Science Monitor (September 10, 2001) p 9.

391. “Bush’s community-based plan faces bumpy road” USA Today (August 30, 2001) p 13A.

390. “Economists Fail as Forecasters” USA Today (August 13, 2001) p 12A.

389. “It’s a Crime, the Way Politicians Go at It” The Washington Post (August 5, 2001) p B1.

388. “For more level-headed lives” The Christian Science Monitor (July 31, 2001) p 11.

387. “Lawyers’ Spin Undercuts Public Faith in System” USA Today (July 24, 2001) p 13A.

386. “Another Side of Racial Profiling” USA Today (May 21, 2001), p 15A.

385. “The Good Society: Goals Beyond Money” The Futurist (July-August 2001), p 68

384. “Tired of Fights Over Sex Education? Try This” USA Today (June 26, 2001), p 13A.

383. “The Third Way is a Triumph” New Statesman (June 25, 2001), p 25.

382. “Our Monochrome Values” Christian Science Monitor (June 4, 2001), p 9.

381. “To Diversity and Beyond” The Weekly Standard (April 30, 2001), p 19.

380. “Hispanics just want what everyone wants” USA Today (April 3, 2001), p 13A.

379. “Are Liberal Scholars Acting Irresponsibly on Gun Control?” The Chronicle of Higher Education (April 6, 2001), pp B14-15.

378. “Toward a good society” The Christian Science Monitor (March 19, 2001), p 9.

377. “The politics of accusation” National Law Journal (March 5, 2001), p A18.

376. “Investing in People” Education Week (January 10, 2001), p 54.

375. “New Medical Privacy Rules Need Editing” USA Today (February 22, 2001), p 13A.

374. “America Needs Secular Redemption” Newsday (February 19, 2001), pp A25-26.

373. “Decriminalizing Politics” Society (March/April 2001), pp 43-49.

372. “Are white students hurt by others who look ‘just like them’?” US Today (February 6, 2001), page 13A.

371. “Breaking Loose” Legal Times (January 22, 2001), pp 82-83.

370. “The Next Grand Dialogue: A New Counterculture, Religious Revival?” Public Perspective (January/February 2001), pp 42-43.

369. “Die gute Gesellschaft” Die Tageszeitung (August 12-13, 2000).

368. “Childless complainers don’t know what they’re missing” USA Today (October 23, 2000), page 29A.

367. “The Right to Privacy vs. the Common Good” USA Today Magazine (September 2000), pp 24-25.

366. “How to thwart AIDS in Africa” USA Today (September 20, 2000), page 17A.

365. “‘Golden middle’ ends conflicts” USA Today (August 21, 2000), page 17A.

364. “Campaign finance deserves top billing” USA Today (August 7, 2000), page 15A.

363. “Who Will Step Forward to Protect Kids?” USA Today (July 13, 2000), page 15A.

362. “You Have Fixed the Economy, Mr. Blair — Now You Must Mend Society”The London Times (July 5, 2000), page 18.

361. “Summer-Share Citizenship?” The New York Times (June 1, 2000), page A29.

360. “The New Enemy of Privacy,” Challenge, Vol. 43, No. 2 (May/June 2000), 91-106.

359. “Locking up medical data” National Law Journal (May 22, 2000), page A22.

358. “Fence off sex offenders who prey on kids” USA Today (May 16, 2000), page 25A.

357. “The road to the good society” New Statesman (May 15, 2000), pp. 25-27.

356. “Our frenetic electronic life” The Christian Science Monitor (May 8, 2000), page 9.

355. “A Nation of Minorities?” Community College Journal (April/May 2000), pp. 32-39.

354. “Balancing Privacy, Public Good” USA Today (April 27, 2000), page 17A.

353. “Census should reflect land rich in blended citizens” USA Today (March 2, 2000), page 15A.

352. “Americans Could Teach Austrians About Diversity” USA Today (February 14, 2000), page 19A.

351. “E-Communities Build New Ties, but Ties That Bind” The New York Times (February 10, 2000), page E7.

350. “Our medical records are about to get more privacy” USA Today, (January 25, 2000), page 15A.

349. “Debunking Israel” The Weekly Standard, (January 17, 2000), pages 33-35.

348. “The Internet Versus the Sabbath” Tikkun, (January/February 2000), pages 30-31.

347. “When Does Global Good Outweigh Our Own Sovereignty?” USA Today, (December 8, 1999), page 31A.

346. “Public Miscasts Mainstream Media as Villains” USA Today, (November 11, 1999), page 17A.

345. “The Truths We Must Face to Curb Youth Violence” Education Week, June 9, 1999, pages 57 and 72.

344. “Back to the Pillory?” The American Scholar, Vol. 68, No. 3, (Summer 1999), pp. 43-50. Published in part as “Shaming Crominals: An Alternative Punishment,” Current, No. 417, (November 1999), 7-11.

343. “Gossip Keeps the Group in Bounds” Newsday, (May 17, 1999), page A27.

342. “Podium: Rational Privacy Doctrine” The National Law Journal, (May 17, 1999), page A21.

341. “Protecting Privacy: Personal View of Amitai Etzioni” The Financial Times, (April 9, 1999), page 18.

340. “Privacy Isn’t Dead Yet” The New York Times, (April 6, 1999), page A27.

339. “Privacy on the Internet? Don’t count on it” The Boston Globe, (March 29, 1999), Page A15.

338. “Kristallnacht Remembered: History and Communal Responsibility”Commonweal, (February 12, 1999), pages 12-15.

337. “A Place for Predators” Legal Times, (January 25, 1999), p. 63 and 65.

336. “A God that is More than Loving,” Tikkun, Vol. 14, No. 1, January/February 1999, 19-20.

335. “Le paradigme du je et du nous” Krisis, (June 1994), p. 55-61.

334. “How to make a humane market” New Statesman, (November 20, 1998), p. 25-27.

333. “ACLU Favors Porn Over Parents” The Wall Street Journal, (October 14, 1998), p. A22.

332. “Should We End Social Security? A Community Approach,” Challenge, Vol 41, No. 5, (September/October 1998), 5-15.

331. “In Search of Decency” The Times Literary Supplement, (September 25, 1998), p. 7.

330. “The Politics of Virtue-Is Not Political at All” American Experiment Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 3, (Fall 1998), pp. 69-72.

329. “Geistige Grundlagen der modernen Burgergesellschaft” 40 Jahre Aktion Gemeinsinn, (September 12, 1997), p. 6-13.

328. “Go Easy on Sin, Mr. Blair” The London Times, (August 1, 1998), p. 18.

327. “Beware of Rain Dancers at the Fed” The New York Times, Viewpoint, (June 28, 1998), p. BU 13.

326. “Some Diversity” Society, (July/August 1998), pp.59-61.

325. “Firms Must Freely Resist Sniffing Net’s Data Trail” USA TODAY, (June 22, 1998), p. 17A.

324. “The Mapping of Man” Wall Street Journal, (May 15, 1998), p. W 11.

323. “On Character Education” The School Administrator, (May 1998), pp. 35-36.

322. “How Not to Discuss Character Education” Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 79, No.6, (February 1998), pp. 446-448.

321. “Kein besser Land” Frankfutre Allgemein Zeitung, Seite 38/Dienstag, Nr. 28 (February 3, 1998).

320. “Studying the Moral Voice,” The Public Perspective, Vol. 8, No. 1, (December-January 1997), 67-68.

319. “Some Privacy, Please, For E-Mail” New York Times, (November 23, 1997), p. 12, Sunday Business Section. (Also Published: “The First Amendment is Not an Absolute Even on the Internet” Journal of Information Ethics, (Fall 1997), pp. 64-66.

318. “Shun Calls for Silence in Swiss Gold Mess” USA Today, (September 29, 1997), p. 15A.

317. “Son of Joe Camel” (Alcopops), Washington Post, (August 17, 1997), p. C2.

316. “Marriage With No Easy Outs” New York Times, (August 13, 1997), p. A-29. Also published: St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Commentary page, (August 20, 1997). “Give Couples the Option to Work at Marriage” International Herald Tribune, (August 14, 1997).

315. “Community Watch” The Guardian, (June 28, 1997), p.21. Also published: “Oui, c’est la plus hui” Courrier International, (9/22/97). Also published: “Faut-il reinventer le pilori?” Courrier International, No. 365 (8/21/97), p. 27. Also published: “Straftater sollen gekennzeichnet werden” Die Weltwoche (October 30, 1997), p. 5.

314. “Tony Blair: A Communitarian in the Making?” The Times (London), (June 21, 1997), p. 20.

313. “Let’s Not Be Boxed in by Color” The Washington Post, Outlook, (June 8, 1997), p. C3. Also published: “Other Americans Help Brake Down Racial Barriers” International Herald Tribune, (June 10, 1997), p.9.

312. “The End of Cross-Cultural Relativism,” Alternatives, Social Transformation and Humane Governance, Vol. 22, No. 2, (April-June 1997), 177-189.

311. “As McVeigh Trial Shows, Justice Must Serve All” USA Today, (May 28, 1997).

310. “The Family That Beeps Each Other Keeps Each Other–At A Distance” The Philadelphia Inquirer, Commentary, (May 27, 1997), p. E.

309. “Education for Intimacy,” Tikkun, Vol. 12, No. 2 (March/April 1997), pp. 38-42. Also published: “Education for Intimacy,” Educational Leadership, (May 1997), 20-23.

308. “Community, Yes, But Whose?” A Debate with Roger Scruton, City Journal, Spring 1997, pp. 72, 79-83.

307. “Balancing Individual Rights and the Common Good,” Tikkun, Vol.12, No.1, (January/February 1997), 66-67.

306. “Post-Election Safety Nets” Challenge, (Nov.-Dec. 1996), pp. 4-7.
305. “Give Couples Tools to Make Marriages Last” USA Today (November 18, 1996), p. 25A.

304. “Two Cities, One Deficit” New York Times, (July 7, 1996), p. 10F.

303. “July Fourth: Independence Together” Wall Street Journal, (July 3, 1996), p. A8.

302. “Let Teens Bust Cigarette Sellers” Philadelphia Inquiry, (June 1996) p. A21.

301. “Erasing Our Moral Deficit” Philanthropy, Vol. X, No. 2 (Spring 1996), pp. 8-9, 35.

300. “Virtue Should Be Seen, Not Just Heard” Education Week, (May 29, 1996), p. 40.

299. “Why fear data rape?” USA Today, (May 20, 1996), p. 14A.

298. “The special-interest cookie jar is covered with fingerprints” Chicago Tribune, (February 8, 1991).

297. “Better Than the V-Chip” Washington Times, (February 19, 1996), p. A23.

296. “Which Values Matter Most?” The Weekly Standard, (November 20, 1995), pp. 17-18.

295. “The Politics of Morality” Wall Street Journal, (November 13, 1995), p. A14.

294. “A Call for Socially Responsible Lawyers” Points of View, Legal Times, (October 9, 1995), p. 22. Also published: The Responsive Community, Vol. 5, No. 4, (Fall 1995), p. 22. Also published: Philadelphia Inquirer, (October 10, 1995).

293. “One Fuming Physician” The Washington Post, (September 18, 1995), pp. C3.

292. “Is information on how to make a bomb more harmful than porn?” Chicago Tribune, (August 24, 1995), Sec. 1, p. 13.

291. “The Attack on Community: The Grooved Debate,” Society, Volume 32, No. 5, (July/August 1995), 12-17.

290. “How to Combat Hate” Ethics: Easier Said Than Done, Issue 29, (June 1995), pp. 34-35.

289. “Let’s Build Bridges Instead of Widening the Chasm” Philadelphia Inquirer, (June 18, 1995).

288. “Libertarian Follies,” The World & I, (May 1995), 365-377.

287. “Just a Social Crowd of Folk” The Guardian, (February 18, 1995), p. 29.

286. “Why bother calling it Memorial Day?” Philadelphia Inquirer, (May 28, 1995). Also published: “Let’s Cancel Memorial Day” Chicago Tribune, (May 28, 1995) p. 13.

285. “Shift Power, But Not to States” Opinion USA, USA TODAY, (May 25, 1995), p. 13A.

284. “Common Values” New Statesman & Society, (May 12, 1995), pp. 24-25.

283. “What Should Congress Focus on During Its Second 100 Days” American Enterprise Institute, (May-June 1995), pp. 21-22.

282. “Fram stat till samhalle” Moderna Tider, (April 1995), pp. 22-24. Also published: Swedish Times, February 20, 1995.

281. “Nation in need of community values” The London Times, (February 20, 1995).

280. “Blood Simple” National Review, (February 20, 1995), pp.48-50.

279. “We Shouldn’t Squander Our Moral Outrage” Wall Street Journal, (December 27, 1994) p. A-16.

278. “U.S. Schools Rediscover the Virtue of Virtues” Insight Magazine, (December 26, 1994), pp. 18-20.

277. “Foundation Reports: a Call for More Than Exhortation” Chronicle of Philanthropy, (December 13, 1994), p. 45.

276. “Settling for Less, Where Do the Refugees Go?” National Review, (December 16, 1994), pp. 44-46.

275. “Cruelty to Kids?” Chicago Tribune, (December 1, 1994), Sec. 1, p. 13. Also published: “Orphanages: Bad for the Kids and Bad for the Budget” St. Petersburg Times, (December 11, 1994).

274. “Crime, No Punishment” The New Democrat, (November 1994), pp. 28-29.

273. “Who Should Pay for Care?” The (London) Sunday Times, (October 9, 1994), p. 3.7. Also published: “Een nieuw gevoel van verantwoordelijkheid” ODE, No. 3, (July/August 1995), pp. 31-34.

272. “Has the ACLU Lost It’s Mind?” The Washington Monthly, (October 1994), pp. 9-11.

271. “Yuppie Redemption” Tikkun, (September/October, 1994), pp. 59-93.

270. “Marrying Off Teens Won’t Solve the Welfare Problem” Philadelphia Inquirer, Commentary (July 26, 1994), p. A11.

269. “New Signposts on the Road to Civilisation” The Guardian, (July 15, 1994), p. 22.

268. “Incorrigible” The Atlantic Monthly, (July 1994), pp. 14-16. Also published: The Family Therapy Networker, (September/ October 1994), pp. 17-18.

267. “Statism and the Civil Society in Europe” Freedom Review, (May-June 1994), pp. 47-49.

266. “Balancing Act. Don’t sacrifice the common good to personal ‘rights’”Chicago Tribune, (May 16, 1994). Section I, p.11.

265. “Schools and the Subject of Character” Washington Post, Education Review Section, (April 3, 1994), p. 1. Also published: “When Parents default, schools should teach character” Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter, Brown University, Vol. 11, No. 1, (January 1995), p. 1.

264. “Starting Over on Welfare” Wall Street Journal, (March 31, 1994), p. A-14.

263. “The Responsive Community …a new political movement is born” Critical Intelligence, Vol. 2, No. 1, (January 1994), pp. 3-6.

262. “What’s Wrong?” New York Times, (February 14, 1994). Op-Ed Page.

261. “How our Towns Fight Crime” Wall Street Journal, (December 31, 1993).

260. “HIV Sufferers Have a Responsibility” Time, (December 13, 1993), p. 100.

259. “How to Transform Society, The Health Care Example” TIKKUN, Vol. 8, No. 6, (November/December 1993), pp. 13-15.

258. “Group Searches Are Here to Stay” The National Law Journal, (October 18, 1993), pp. 15-16.

257. “Lock Up Your TV Set” National Review, (October 18, 1993), pp. 50-54.

256. “The Parental Deficit” The Guardian, (October 15, 1993), p. 20.

255. “How to Make Marriage Matter” Time, (September 6, 1993), p. 76.

254. “Family is Basis of Community” Wisconsin State Journal, (April 11, 1993).

253. “We Shall Reap What We Sow” San Jose Mercury News, (May 2, 1993), p. 1P.

252. “How About a Bill of Responsibilities?” Chicago Tribune, (July 4, 1993). Also published: “Not Only the Rights, But Responsibilities” The Philadelphia Inquirer, (July 4, 1993), p. D5. “To Bill of Rights, Add a Bill of Responsibilities” Houston Chronicle, p. 1F. “Matching the Bill of Rights” The Cleveland Plain Dealer, (July 3, 1993), p.7-B.

251. “Curb the PACs” The Christian Science Monitor, (June 30, 1993), p. 18.

250. “Clinton is Talking Like One, But Is He a Communitarian?” Newsday, (May 13, 1993), p. 126.

249. “A Moral Voice – Not a Shrill One” The Philadelphia Inquirer, (May 1, 1993), p. A13.

248. “Deficit Reductions in a Populist Age: How to Sell Shared Sacrifice,”Challenge, (March-April 1993), 22-25.

247. “Clinton and the Spirit of Community” Legal Times, (March 15, 1993), pp. 46-47. Also published: “Joining Together” San Francisco Recorder, (March 16, 1993), p. 10.

246. “Sharing the Red Carpet, A Visit to Bonn” The National Interest, No. 30, (Winter 1992/93), pp. 75-78.

245. “The Limits to Worker Privacy” The New York Times, (December 20, 1992), Sunday Financial page.

244. “Do Fence Me In” The Wall Street Journal, (December 1, 1992), p. A16.

243. “Communitarian Economics: How to Cut the Deficit and Put America Back to Work,” Challenge, (November-December 1992), pp. 53-55.

242. “Clinton’s first job: Lobbyists” The Philadelphia Inquirer, Commentary, (November 13, 1992), p. A29.

241. “To Avoid Another Bosnia: Recognize Macedonia Now” The Christian Science Monitor, Vol 84, No. 235, (October 28, 1992), p. 18.

240. “A Social-Science Court Could Inform the Debate Over Family Values” Point of View Chronicle of Higher Education, (October 7, 1992), p. A48.

239. “Teledemocracy” The Atlantic, Vol 270, No. 4, (October 1992), pp. 36-39. Also published: “Teledemocracy, The Electronic Town Meeting” Current, (February 1993), No. 350, pp. 26-29. The Mass Media: Opposing Viewpoints, S. Barbour (Ed.), Anthology (February 1994).

238. “The Communitarian Platform” The New Democrat, (July 1992), pp. 23-25.

237. “A Plan for Getting Along” The Christian Science Monitor, (June 30, 1992), p. 18. Also published: “Seeking Pluralism Within Unity” Chicago Tribune, (August 12, 1992), Sec. 1, p. 15. “Seeking Pluralism Within Unity” The Social Contract, (Spring 1993), pp. 212-213.

236. “Looking for Mr. Harassment” Cleveland Plain Dealer, (June 18, 1992), p. 3-C. Also published: “Sexaul Harassment, Second Degree” The Philadelphia Inquirer, (June 22, 1992), p. A11.

235. “How to Fix the Pharmaceuticals” The New York Times, (February 23, 1992).

234. “Streets Meaner for Homeless” The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH (March 24, 1992).

233. “Don’t Let Government Give Up on Family” Los Angeles Times, (January 28, 1992), p. B7.

232. “Making Amends in Public Life” The American Enterprise, (January/February 1992), p. 25.

231. “Social Science as a Multicultural Canon,” Society, (November/December 1991), pp. 14-18.

230. “Coming In Out Of the Cold War” The Nation, (November 11, 1991), pp. 586-590.

229. “American Competitiveness: The Moral Dimension” The World & I, (October 1991), pp. 465-473.

228. “A New Community of Thinkers, Both Liberal and Conservative” The Wall Street Journal, (October 8, 1991).

227. “The Slings and Errors of a New Publication” The Chronicle of Higher Education, (September 11, 1991), p. B3.

226. “Eastern Europe: The Wealth of Lessons,” Challenge, (July-August 1991), pp. 4-10. Also Published: “Perspectiva Socio-Economica de la Friccion,” Psicologia Politica, (Numero 3, Noviembre 1991), pp. 7-26.

225. “Standing Tall Invites Knocking Down” Los Angeles Times, (June 7, 1991), p. 7.

224. “A New Plea for the Public’s Interest” The Christian Science Monitor, (May 7, 1991), p. 19.

223. “Beyond Peeping Toms” National Forum, The Phi Kappa Phi Journal, (Spring 1991), pp. 39-40.

222. “A Vote for Peer Pressure” The New York Times, (May 5, 1991) p. F-13.

221. “Helping the Homeless Help Themselves” Legal Times, (March 18, 1991). Published also: Fulton County Daily Report, Atlanta, GA, p. 10, American Lawyer Media, (March 20, 1991). Connecticut Law Tribute, Stamford, CT (March 25, 1991); Broward Review, Florida, p. 13, (March 27, 1991), Palm Beach Review, p. 13, (March 27, 1991), Miami Review, Knight-Ridder, (March 27, 1991) p. 13.

220. “The New Rugged Communitarianism” The Washington Post, Outlook Section, p. 1, col 1, (January 20, 1991). Published also: “The New Rugged Communitarianism” The Miami Herald, Viewpoint Section, p. 6c, (January 27, 1991), “Too Many Rights?” Albany Times-Union, (February 3, 1991).

219. “Too Many Rights, Too Few Responsibilities,” Society, (January/ February 1991), pp. 41-48. Also published: Current, June 1991/Number 333, pp. 4-11.

218. “Two Many Rights, Too Few Responsibilities” The George Washington University Magazine, Research Issue, (Winter 1991). pp. 25-27. Also published:National Forum, (Winter 1992), pp. 4-6. Ethics, Greenhaven Press, Inc. (November 1994).

217. “Morality in the Marketplace” The World and I, Currents in Modern Thought, (December 1990), pp. 466-475.

216. “Short Rations” Newsday, Ideas Section, p. 1, (October 21, 1990).

215. “Is Poland Getting Bad Advice?” The New York Times, Section III, p. 13, col 2, (June 17, 1990). Published also: “Poland: This Big Leap Just Might Flop” International Herald Tribune, Paris, France. (June 26, 1990).

214. “Feeding a Fantasy. NASA Out of Orbit” The New Leader, (April 16, 1990).

213. “Getting Down to Business on Corporate Crime” Legal Times, p. 21, (May 21, 1990). “Dealing with Corporate Culprits: Seeking Big Fines for Big Crimes” The Connecticut Law Tribune, (May 21/28, 1990), “Corporations Are Criminals Too” The Recorder (San Francisco Law Journal), (May 21, 1990).

212. “Education Begins at Home” Roll Call, (May 21, 1990).

211. “Going Soft on Corporate Crime” Washington Post, (April 1, 1990). Miami Herald, (April 15, 1990). Cleveland Plain Dealer, (April 15, 1990). Fulton County Daily Report, Atlanta, GA (May 21, 1990). Recorder, San Francisco, (May 21, 1990). Connecticut Law Tribune, Stamford, CT (May 21, 1990).

210. “As the party ends, East Europe faces tough times” Hartford Courant, (January 19, 1990).

209. “Fixing the Schools Is Not Enough” New York Times, (December 17, 1989).

208. “A Lifelong Democrat Packs His Bags” New York Times, (October 8, 1989). Also published as “Decline of the Democrats” Baltimore Evening Sun, (October 16, 1989). Also published as “He’s Packing His Bags” Philadelphia News, (October 24, 1989).

207. “To Just Say No Leaves Vacuum That Still Yearns to Be Filled” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, (December 29, 1988).

206. “Money, Power and Fame” Newsweek, (September 18, 1989), p. 10. Also published: “Money, Power and Fame” Newsweek Education Program, Reading 13, (1991), pp. 31-32.

205. “Don’t look for a nanny among immigrant day mothers” The Miami Herald, (August 19, 1989).

204. “Are Business Schools Brainwashing Their MBAs?” Business and Society Review, No. 70 (Summer 1989), pp. 18-19.

203. “Good Ethics Is Good Business – Really” The New York Times, (February 12, 1989). Also published in German as “Der Markt Determiniert Die Ethik?” gdi impuls, (April 1989), pp. 56-58. Also published as “The Culture of the Pits as it Affects the Market” San Francisco Banner Daily Journal, (May 5, 1989).

202. “School Reform: A Serious Challenge for Business” Challenge, (May/June 1989), pp. 51-54.

201. “Welfare for the Rich” The New Leader, (May 1, 1989), pp. 13-14.

200. “Kicking economy on way down” The Plain Dealer(OH), (July 26, 1988).

199. “Economics Alone Won’t Solve Saving Dilemma” The Boston Globe, (April 25, 1989).

198. “No Place for Troubled Teen-Agers” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (April 1, 1989). Also published as “Teen Lock-Ups a Scandal; Sally Just Needed Parents” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, (August 22, 1989).

197. “Evading the Issues: Progressives’ Political Taboos,” Public Opinion, (March/April 1989), pp. 2-4.

196. “Recession is Not a Solution” The New Leader, (March 20, 1989).

195. “Today We Elect a President-Monarch” The New York Times, (November 8, 1989). Reprinted in Daily News, Los Angeles (November 1988).

194. “A Consumption Tax: More Injustice for the Poor” Nation, (October 10, 1988), pp. 304-306.

193. “Don’t Bash Economics–Blend It” The Washington Post, (September 25, 1988). Reprinted in Sunday News Journal, Wilmington, (October 2, 1989).

192. “Institutionalized Child-Care: Can It Fill Parenting Deficit?” The Atlanta Constitution, (September 14, 1988). Reprinted in Hartford Courant, (September 15, 1988); The Boston Globe, (October 7, 1988); The Baltimore Sun, (October 11, 1988); Newsday, (October 17, 1988); The Philadelphia Inquirer, (October 23, 1988); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (November 19, 1988); Des Moines Register, (November 29, 1988).

191. “Say ‘I’m Sorry’ Like a Man” The New York Times, (March 23, 1988).

190. “ACLU is Running a Risk: Excessive Individualism” The Miami Herald, (June 25, 1988).

189. “‘Preventive Recession’ Won’t Help the Country” The Boston Globe, (June 28, 1988).

188. “Spare the Old, Save the Young” The Nation, (June 11, 1988). Also published: H.H. Wilson, Health Care in the United States, (February, 1991). Dushkin, Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Bioethical Issues, Third Edition, Carol Levine, (ed.) Guilford, CT. The Setting Limits Debate, The Hasting Center; Biomedical Ethics, Thomas A. Mappes and Jane S. Zembaty (eds.), New York: McGraw-Hill. The Elderly, Anthology. Karin Swisher and Tara Deal, (eds.) Greenhaven Press, (1990), 264 pp. The Crisis in Health Care, Robert Emmet Long (ed.), The Reference Shelf, Vol. 63, No. 1, New York: The H. W. Wilson Company (1991), pp. 100-106. “Health Care Generation War: Spare the Old, Save the Young” Gary E. McCuen (Ed.), GEM Publications.

187. “One ‘Crash’ Won’t Scare Away Investors” The New York Times, (January 3, 1988). Also published as “Negative Wealth Effect: Pop Goes the Psychology” International Herald Tribune, (January 4, 1988).

186. “In Praise of Public Humiliation” The Wall Street Journal, (April 2, 1987).

185. “The Party, Like Reagan’s Era, Is Over” The New York Times, (February 16, 1987).

184. “Socio-Economics: Humanizing the Dismal Science” The Washington Post (January 11, 1987).

183. “The Fast-Food Factories: McJobs are Bad for Kids” The Washington Post (August 24, 1986). Reprinted in St. Louis Post Dispatch, August 28, 1986; Houston Chronicle (TX), August 31, 1986; Reading Times (PA), September 2, 1986; Hartford Currant (CT), September 24, 1986; Minneapolis Star and Tribune (MN), August 29, 1986; The Miami Herald, August 24, 1986; Social Issues Resources Series (SIRS), Vol. “Youth” (1986); Texts and Contexts, A Contemporary Approach to College Writing, “Why Fast-Food Joints Don’t Serve Up Good Jobs For Kids” William S. Robinson and Stephanie Tucker, (Wadsworth Publishing Company, Belmont, CA), 1991, pp. 207-212. “Working at MacDonalds Is Bad for Your Kids” Sentences and Paragraphs, Lee Brandon, (DC Heath, Lexington, MA), 1992. “Working at McDonalds” Reading Critically, Writing Well, 4th Edition, Rise B. Axelrod and Charles Cooper, (St. Martin’s Press, Inc., New York, 1996).

182. “On Thoughtless Rationality (Rules-of-Thumb),” Kyklos, Vol. 40, 1987, pp. 496-514.

181. “Founding a New Socioeconomics,” Challenge, Vol. 29, No. 5 (Nov-Dec, 1986), pp. 13-17.

180. “Teen Idols,” Public Opinion, Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer 1986), pp. 42ff.

179. “Duty: The Forgotten Virtue” The Washington Post (March 9, 1986). Reprinted in Reading Times (PA), April 7, 1986; Houston Chronicle, March 8, 1986; The Bureaucrat, Vol. 15, No. 2 (Summer 1986), pp. 5-6; Voluntary Action Leadership, Spring 1986, pp. 2ff.

178. “Growing Up In a World of Hard Choices” The American Legion, March, 1986, pp. 18-19.

177. “America is Unsecured” The Washington Post (December 11, 1985). Reprinted in Stamford Advocate (CT), December 17, 1985; The Hartford Courant (CT), December 18, 1985; The Plain Dealer (OH), December 18, 1985; New Haven Register, January 6, 1986.

176. “Shady Corporate Practices” The New York Times (November 15, 1985). Reprinted in Buffalo News (NY), November 18, 1985; The Plain Dealer (OH), November 18, 1985; Houston Chronicle (TX), November 25, 1985.

175. “On Solving Social Problems–Inducements or Coercion?”,Challenge, Vol. 28, No. 3 (July-August 1985), pp. 35-40.

174. “Interest Groups and the United States Economy” National Forum, Vol. LXV, No. 2 (Spring 1985), pp. 8-11.

173. “The World-Class University That Our City Has Become” The Washington Post (April 28, 1985). Reprinted in Societal Issues, Scientific Viewpoints, 1987, pp. 218-220.

172. “Handicapping The Loopholers” The New York Times (March 4, 1985).

171. “Antidotes for Altered States” AT&T Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1984), pp. 12-13.

170. “The American Family: Making it Work” The American Legion, Vol. 117, No. 6 (December, 1984), pp. 16-17.

169. “A Talk Show Guest Finally Gets His Say” The Wall Street Journal (December 18, 1984).

168. “Once Again, an Era of Reconstruction Begins” Scholastic Update, Vol. 117, No. 8 (December 14, 1984), pp. 8-9.

167. “The Democrats Need a Unifying Theme” The New York Times, (October 5, 1984).

166. “Nice Guys Finish First: Today’s Television Heroes,” Public Opinion, Vol. 17, No. 4 (August-September, 1984), pp. 16-18.

165. “The Two-Track Society” National Forum, Vol. LXIV, nol 3 (Summer 1984), pp. 3-5.

164. “Military Industry’s Threat to National Security” The New York Times, (April 6, 1984).

163. “Capital Corruption” The Sun (Baltimore), (March 28, 1984). Reprinted as “The ‘Outlaws’ in Congress Should Observe Their Own Rule” The Boston Herald, (April 1, 1984).

162. “Is Business too Secure in a PAC’s Americana?” The Wall Street Journal, March 20, 1984. Reprinted in Congressional Record, April 10, 1984. Translated into Spanish Excelsior, April 20, 1984.

161. “Students need Self-Discipline” Chicago Tribune, (February 13, 1984).

160. “Industrial Incentive” The New York Times, (December 16, 1983).

159. “The Industry Called Parenting” The Princeton Papers, (September 1983), pp. 39-40.

158. “A Remedy for Overeducation – A Year of Required National Service,”Change, Vol. 15, No. 4 (May-June 1983), pp. 7-9.

157. “Some Protectionism” The New York Times (May 29, 1983).

156. “One Way to Keep Inflation Down” Newsweek (May 21, 1983).

155. “The Essential Family” J.C. Penney Forum, (May 1983), pp. 20-21.

154. “Investment is Critical to Industrial Growth” Enterprise (April 1983), pp. 4-6.

153. “To Improve Schools Teachers Must Lead Children in New Direction”Learning, Vol. II, No. 7 (February 1983), pp. 43-45 Part I; “Restructuring the Schools: A Set of Solutions” Learning, Vol. II, No. 8 (March 1983), pp. 86-87, 92-93. Reprinted in Annual Editions Education 84/85 (Sluice Dock, Guildord Ct., The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc., 1984) pp. 42-45, 211-221.

152. “On Not Being Your Own Best Friend” The Christian Science Monitor (February 16, 1983). Reprinted as “Americans retreating into self-egos: Civility, mutuality needed to better world” The Houston Post (February 19, 1983).

151. “Repair Bill has Potholes” Chicago Tribune (December 10, 1982).

150. “Congress P.A.C.’d” The New York Times (November 23, 1982).

149. “Imposing Virtue on America” St. Louis Post-Dispatch (November 10, 1982). Published also in the San Francisco Chronicle.

148. “The Role of Self-Discipline,” Phi Delta Kappa, Vol. 64, No. 3 (November 1982), pp. 184-188. Reprinted in Contents, Vol. 64, No. 3 (November 1982), pp. 184-187.

147. “Are Scams and Stings Out of Control?” The Washington Post (September 19, 1982). Reprinted as “Criminal Should be Only one to Object to ‘Stings’” Kansas City Star (October 3, 1982).

146. “Making Interest Groups work for the Public,” Public Opinion, Vol. 5, No. 4 (August-September 1982), pp. 53-55.

145. “Prematurely Burying Our Industrial Society” The New York Times (June 28, 1982), p. A-15.

144. “The Balanced Budget Amendment–Simplistic” The Christian Science Monitor (June 8, 1982), p. 23.

143. “We’ve Been Allocating Credit All Along,” Challenge (May- June, 1982), pp. 53-55.

142. “Refugee Resettlement: The Infighting in Washington,” The Public Interest, No. 65 (Fall 1981), pp. 15-29, Part I. “The Refugees Controversy: Federal ‘Involvement’ of Voluntary Agencies.” The Public Interest, No. 68 (Summer 1982), pp. 92-92. Part II.

141. “Riding a Whirlwind,” Society, Vol. 19, No. 3 (March- April, 1982), pp. 29-35.

140. “Monetarists Exact Too High a Price for Theory That Doesn’t Work” The Los Angeles Times (March 14, 1982).

139. “From Nuggets to Dross: The False Gleam of the Gold Standard” Business Week, No. 2730 (March 15, 1982), pp. 16-17.

138. “‘Cure’ Is Making Inflation Worse” The Los Angeles Times (July 19, 1981).

137. “Stop That Wealth Drain” National Journal, Vol. 13, No. 26 (June 27, 1981), pp. 1181-1182.

136. “Tax Structure Should Favor Capital Goods Production Over Housing” Los Angeles Times (February 15, 1981).

135. “Is Laffer Throwing Us a Curve?” The Washington Post (February 8, 1981).

134. “Beware: Economic Theories” National Journal, Vol. 13, No. 5 (January 31, 1981), pp. 207-208.

133. “Reindustrialization or Quality of Life, America Must Choose” CUED Commentary (Council for Urban Economic Development) (January 1981), pp. 8-9.

132. “Housing: An Early Reagan Reindustrialization Test” National Journal, Vol. 12, No. 51-52 (December 20, 1980), pp. 2196-2197.

131. “Forget About Copying Japan Inc” The Washington Post (December 7, 1980). Reprinted as “Should Japan Be Our Model?” Boston Globe (December 14, 1980); as “Forget About Copying Japan” Minneapolis Star and Tribune (December 1980). “What’s Good for Japan Isn’t Necessarily Good for America” The Houston Chronicle. Translated into Japanese in Nikkei Business (November 16, 1981), pp. 155-159.

130. “Mass Psychology in the White House,” Society, Vol. 18, No. 1 (November-December 1980), pp. 82-85.

129. “Re-Industrialize, Revitalize, Or What?” National Journal, Vol. 12, No. 43 (October 25, 1980), pp. 1818-1820.

128. “The Father of Reindustrialization Speaks” The Christian Science Monitor (October 7, 1980).

127. “America Must Choose” Enterprise, Vol. IV, No. 8 (September 1980), pp. 2-5. Reprinted as “America Must Choose” George Washington University Times, Vol. 10, No. 6 (October-November 1981), pp. 8-9.

126. “Rebuilding Our Economic Foundations” Business Week, (August 25, 1980).

125. “Why U.S. Industry Needs Help” Forbes, (August 18, 1980).

121. “The Blue Collar Renaissance” The Washington Post (July 27, 1980). Reprinted as “A Blue-Collar Decade?: Semi-skilled Workers May Be the New Economic Elite” The Boston Globe (August 17, 1980); as “The 1980s: A Blue Collar Decade” Miami Herald (August 31, 1980); as “The Re-industrialization of America” The Seattle Times (August 10, 1980).

123. “Reindustrialization: View From the Source” The New York Times (June 25, 1980). Reprinted in the Herald Tribune International edition (June 30, 1980).

122. “Stop Giving Capitalists Special Tax Treatment” Newsday (April 15, 1980).

121. “The Lack of Leadership: We Found It–In Us” National Journal, Vol. 12, No. 8 (February 23, 1980), pp. 333-337.

120. “Special Memories We Call the ’70s” The Washington Post Parade (July 22, 1979). Published also as “Rehashing the Seventies” Society (January-February 1980), Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 12-13.

119. “How I Tried to Save You $2 Billion” The Washington Post (February 18, 1979). Reprinted as “Stop Giving Capitalists Special Tax Treatment” Newsday (April 15, 1979).

118. “Redefining the Good Life” Dialogue, Vol. 11, No. 3 (1978) pp. 64-66. Reprinted in the Educational Administrator, No. 12 (May 1979), pp. 8-10.

117. “Jimmy Carter’s Lonely Pulpit” Human Behavior, Vol. 8, No. 1 (January 1979), pp. 18-22. Reprinted as “The Domestic Carter: Avoiding Interest Groups” Current, No. 210 (February 1979), pp. 25-32.

116. “It’s Tutmania!” The Washington Post Parade (December 17, 1978).

115. “FBI and the Scientific Community” Science News, Vol. 114, No. 20 (Nov. 11, 1978), p. 334.

113. “The Need to Put a Price on Life” The Washington Post (October 29, 1978). Reprinted in the Journal of Physical Education and Recreation, vol. 50, no. 6 (June 1979), pp. 39-40; as “How Much is a Life Worth?” The Detroit News Magazine (December 3, 1978) and Social Policy, vol. 9, no. 5 (March-April 1979), pp. 4-8.

114. “Deinstitutionalization–A Vastly Oversold Good Idea” Columbia, vol. 3, no. 4 (Spring 1978).

113. “Fighting America’s Dishonesty Epidemic” Penthouse, (April 1978), pp. 106, 107, 196.

112. “Groups: The Sense of Belonging” The New York Times, (March 29, 1978).

111. “Before Long Nothing Left For the Family to Do?” Newsday, (March 5, 1978).

110. “Why We Chose To Have Stagflation” Business Week, No. 2523 (February 27, 1978), p. 18.

109. “Anti-Poverty Insurance,” Challenge, Vol. 20, No. 6 (Jan.-Feb. 1978), pp. 57-58. Also published in Intellect, Vol. 106, No. 2393 (Feb. 1978), p. 316.

108. “The Neoconservatives” Partisan Review, Vol. XLIV, No. 3, (1977), pp. 431-437. Also published in Current, No. 200 (February 1977), pp. 19-25.

107. “Out From Under Those Government Forms” Newsday, (December 13, 1977).

106. “Relief For the Cities: A Bond Swap” The New York Times, (November 13, 1977).

105. “Putting One Over On the Elderly–65 and out: Not as Bad As It Looks” Miami Herald (October 30, 1977).

104. “What Our FBI Files Tell About the FBI” The Washington Post (September 11, 1977). Reprinted as “A Look at My Own FBI File–Sloppy Work” San Francisco Chronicle (October 9, 1977).

103. “Crime: Pay Dirt for Politicos” New York (July 13, 1977), pp. 11-12.

102. “Porn Is Here To Stay” The New York Times (May 17, 1977).

101. “The America OPEC Versus New York” New York (April 25, 1977). pp. 10-11.

100. “The Day It All Turned Around For New York City” New York (April 4, 1977), pp. 8-9.

99. “Medicaid Woes: Expose Is Not Reform” New York, Vol. 10, No. 2 (January 10, 1977). Reprinted as “The Medicaid Mess: Expose Is Not Reform” Modern Medicine, Vol. 45, No. 13 (July 15, 1977), pp. 103-106.

98. “An Uneasy Policy in Energy” The New York Times (January 2, 1977).

97. “The Push for Moral Education in Schools” Parade (December 12, 1976), p. 16.

96. “Toward a Swedenized America” Saturday Review (December 11, 1976), pp. 46-58.

95. “The Husband’s Rights in Abortion,” Trial, Vol. 12, No. 11 (November 1976), pp. 56-58.

94. “How the Poor Find a Doctor” American Medical News, Vol. 19, No. 4 (October 25, 1976), p. I4. Reprinted by U.H.A. Reporter (United Hospital Association), Vol. 14, No. 4 (Winter 1976), p. 6.

93. “Do As I Say, Not As I Do” The New York Times Magazine (September 26, 1976). Reprinted as “Moral Education Takes Root” The Daily Times (Westchester) October 21, 1976; as “Can Schools Teach Kids Values?” Today’s Education, Vol. 66, No. 3 (Sept.-Oct. 1977), pp. 28-38. Also in Readings in Education 78/79 (Sluice Dock Guilford Ct.: The Dushkin Publishing Group Inc., 1978), pp. 78-83.

92. “The President and American Ethics” The Christian Science Monitor (August 11, 1976). Reprinted in Yerachmiel Kugel and Gladys W. Gruenberg (Ed.) Ethical Perspectives on Business & Society (St. Louis: St. Louis University, 1978).

91. “Restoring the Faith” The Washington Post (July 25, 1976).

90. “Revenue Sharing Five Years Later” The Washington Post (April 4, 1976). Published also as “Revenue Sharing Needs Overhaul” The Sunday Star-Bulletin & Advertiser (April 4, 1976); “What’s Wrong With Revenue Sharing” The Blade (May 2, 1976). Reprinted in David C. Saffell (ed.), The Politics of American National Government (Cambridge, Mass.: Winthrop Publ., Inc., 1981), pp. 91-99.

89. “After Nuclear War, What America?” Science News, Nos. 25-26 (December 20, 1975), p. 393.

88. “The Family Under Fire” The Washington Post (December 28, 1975). Reprinted as “Is the Nuclear Family Destined to Fall Apart?” Newsday (January 6, 1976); as “Is the Marital Merry- go-round giving Families a Bum Trip?” Des Moines Sunday Register (January 11, 1976); in three parts as “Marriage and Family Face Stormy Future” The Hartford Courant (December 31, 1975), “New Marriages De-Emphasize Commitment” (January 1st, 1976), “Americans Have Done Little to Combat Family Breakdown” (January 2, 1976); as “Family Role in Sex Education and Child-Rearing Attacked” The Midland Reporter-Telegram (January 1st, 1976); as “What’s Happening to the Family?” The Journal News (January 11, 1976); “The Crumbling American Family” Sunday Star and Bulletin Advertiser (January 11, 1976); “Breaking up the Family–The Newest In Thing?” San Francisco Chronicle (February 5, 1976).

87. “Guaranteeing the Peace: Israeli Concessions” The New Republic, Vol. 173, No. 3 (July 19, 1975), pp. 11-12.

86. “Nursing Homes: New Rules Are Not Enough” The Washington Post (May 25, 1975); Reprinted as “Time for a Change in Direction on Care of the Elderly” Wilmington Delaware News-Journal (May 26, 1975).

85. “Utility Bonds” The New York Times (February 23, 1975).

84. “A Nation of (Too Many) Laws” The Washington Post (January 12, 1975).

83. “The Energy Forecast” The Washington Post (January 6, 1975).

82. “‘Primate’ is Unnecessarily Cruel to Scientists” The New York Times (December 15, 1974).

81. “Proposing a Tax on Cars Based on Weight” The Washington Post (November 7, 1974); also appeared in the Congressional Record (December 11, 1974).

110. “Risks of Pregnancy and the Pill,” New Scientist, Vol. 64, No. 923 (November 14, 1974), pp. 487-488.

80. “The Psychology of Inflation” The Washington Post (September 1, 1974). Reprinted in the Star Bulletin and Advertiser (September 22, 1974; in Bad Times and Beyond (New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1974), pp. 88-93.

79. “Life, Dying, Death: Ethics and Open Decisions” Science News, Vol. 106, No. 7 (August 17, 1974), pp. 109-111.

78. “Off the Beat: Endow N.I.H. to create a National University” Science News, Vol. 105, No. 21 (May 25, 1974), p. 342.

77. “Science: Threatening the Jury Trial” The Washington Post (May 26, 1974). Reprinted in The Sacramento Bee, The Fresno Bee and The Modesto Bee (June 16, 1974); in Milwaukee Journal (May 30, 1974); The Courier Journal and Times (June 1, 1974); The Sunday Record (June 9, 1974); Boston Sunday Globe (June 23, 1974); The Record (June 9, 1974); as “Creating an Imbalance” Trial Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 6 (November-December, 1974), pp. 28 and 30.

76. “A Testing Time for Fetal Flaws” The Washington Post (December 9, 1973).

75. “The Government of Our Body: A Resolution” Social Policy, Vol. 4, No. 2 (September-October, 1973), pp. 46-47.

74. “Consent for Abortion. The Fetus: Whose Property?” Commonweal, Vol. XCVIII, No. 21 (September 21, 1973), p. 493. Reprinted as “Husbands and Abortions” Newsday (October 7, 1973).

73. “A Critic Finds the Gains [Apollo's] Weren’t Worth the Efforts” The New York Times (December 3, 1972). Reprinted as “Apollo 17 – The Last Gasp” Chicago Tribune (December 7, 1972).

72. “Nixon By a Landslide? No, By a Yawn” Newsday (November 9, 1972).

71. “Abolishing Taboos: What Will Replace Them? Dismissal of All Rules Means Anarchy” The Los Angeles Times (October 15, 1972). Reprinted in Ha’aretz (Hebrew Daily) (December 13, 1972); as “After Liberation – What?” in Newsday (February 20, 1975).

70. “Mugging is Now the Number One Topic” The Village Voice (October 12, 1972).

69. “The Long and Short of Military Force” Newsday (August 6, 1972).

68. “Redirecting Research Dollars” The Washington Post (June 11, 1972); reprinted in The Los Angeles Times (June 18, 1972).

67. “Human Beings Are Not Very Easy To Change After All” Saturday Review (June 3, 1972), pp. 45-47. Reprinted in the Congressional Record (June 27, 1972), pp. S10274-S10275; reprinted in Annual Editions Readings in Social Problems ’74/’75 (Sluice Dock, Guilford, Ct.: The Dushkin Publishing Group Inc., 1974), pp. 203-206.

66. “The Woman’s Movement–Tokens vs. Objectives” Saturday Review (May 20, 1972), pp. 31-25. Reprinted in part in Melvin L. DeFleur, William V. D’Antonio and Lois B. DeFleur (eds.) Sociology: Human Society (Glenview Ill.: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1973), p. 90.

65. “Research in Teaching Colleges?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, Vol. VI, No. 26 (April 3, 1972).

64. “What Cable TV Could Mean” Newsday (November 20, 1971).

63. “The Continuing Search for America” Newsday (August 18, 1971).

62. “For More Use of the Private Sector” The Wall Street Journal (May 27, 1971).

61. “The Danger Behind Revenue Sharing” The New York Times (January 30, 1971). Reprinted in The Minneapolis Tribune (February 7, 1971).

60. “Politics: Image Over Performance” The Wall Street Journal (January 21, 1971).

59. “The U.S.A. is Now Latin America” Newsday (December 17, 1970).

58. “Lunch with Three Prospective Bombers” The Wall Street Journal (October 27, 1970). Reprinted in Raymond L. Lee (ed.), American Government: The Clash of the Issues (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1972), pp. 439-442.

57. “Punishment for the Universities–Starvation” Newsday (October 26, 1970).

56. “One Way Out of the Israeli-Egyptian Deadlock” The Washington Post (September 18, 1970). Reprinted in part in “A Buffer Zone at the Suez: Some Generic Questions” New Outlook, Vol. 13, No. 8, (November 1970), pp. 30-33.

55. “CATV: High Potential, Many Problems” The Wall Street Journal (September 8, 1970).

54. “Topics: Genetic Manipulation and Morality” The New York Times (September 5, 1970). Reprinted in “Genetic Engineering” Herald Tribune (International Edition), (September 5, 1970); reprinted in Ha’aretz (Hebrew daily), (September 5, 1970); reprinted in “Moral and Social Implications of Genetic Manipulation” The International Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1 (June 1971), pp. 1-2; reprinted in part in Claude A. Frazier, (ed.) Is It Moral to Modify Man? (Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas Pub., 1973), pp. 267-269.

53. “A Swing to the Right?” Trans-Action, Vol. 7, No. 11 (September 1970), pp. 12, 14, 16, 18, 77. Reprinted in “Right or Left? Has U.S. Made a Choice?” Newsday, (September 14, 1970); reprinted in part in Current, No. 122 (October 1970), pp. 11-14.

52. “The Times in Depth: Campus Upheaval” The New York Times Encyclopedic Almanac (New York: The New York Times, 1970), pp. 539-540.

51. “A New Kind of Insurance” Columbia University Forum, Vol. XIII, No. 1 (Spring 1970), pp. 18-23. Translated into Japanese in Japan America Forum, Vol. 16, No. 12 (December 1970), pp. 58-68. Reprinted as “Subsidizing the Poor and Future Poor” Newsfront (Summer 1970), p. 20.

50. “The High-Schoolization of College” The Wall Street Journal (March 17, 1970). Reprinted in Pawtucket Times, Central Falls, Rhode Island (April 27, 1970); The Compass, Vol. 34, No. 7 (July 1970), pp. 10, 13, 18.

49. “Mr. Nixon’s Voluntarism: Whatever Happened to a Campaign Idea?”Commonweal, Vol. XCI, No. 15 (January 16, 1970), pp. 426-430. Reprinted in Jeffrey K. Hadden, Louis H. Masotti and Calvin J. Larson, (eds.), Metropolis in Crisis: Social and Political Perspectives (Itasca, Ill.: F.E. Peacock Pub., 1971), pp. 545.

48. “A National Corps of Young Idealists?” The Wall Street Journal (November 28, 1969).

47. “The Fallacy of Decentralization” The Nation, Vol. 209, No. 5 (August 25, 1969), pp. 145-147.

46. “Searching for the Causes of Violence” The Wall Street Journal (June 23, 1969).

45. “Demonstrations Becoming a Legitimate Mode of Expression” Los Angeles Times (May 18, 1969).

44. “Campus Ferment: Search for New Values” Hadassah Magazine (May 1969), pp. 10-11, 28.

43. “Project Knowledge: Over-Collecting and Under-Analyzing in the Data Industry” The Wall Street Journal (March 18, 1969).

42. “Insuring the Poor” The New Leader (March 3, 1969), pp. 1011.

41. “Swords, Ploughshares and P.R.” Commonweal, Vol. LXXXIX, No. 11 (December 13, 1968), pp. 380-381. Reprinted under the title “Can the Military Aid the Home Front?” Current (March 1969), pp. 24-26.

40. “America’s Alienated Majority” The New Leader, Vol. LI, No. 21, (November 4, 1968), pp. 5-6.

39. “Confessions of a Professor Caught in a Revolution” The New York Times Magazine (September 15, 1968), Section 6, pp. 2527, 87-89, 92, 94, 97, 99, 100, 102, 104, 109.

38. “Why Task-Force Studies Go Wrong” The Wall Street Journal (June 9, 1968). Reprinted in The Congressional Record (July 11, 1968), pp. 6387-6388.

37. “Political Assassins Are Not Finished” The Washington Post, (June 9, 1968). Reprinted in The Plain Dealer (June 9, 1968) and The Denver Post (June 9, 1968).

36. “Challenge to Liberalism” The New Leader (May 20, 1968), pp. 16-19. Reprinted in Psychiatry and Social Science Review, Vol. 2, No. 7 (July 1968), pp. 8-12.

35. “Big Government Posse Uses Too Large a Cannon” The Washington Post, (May 19, 1968). Reprinted in The News and Observer (May 23, 1968).

34. “Toward a Perspective on Marijuana” The Wall Street Journal, (March 25, 1968). A different version reprinted in “Why Not Smoke Pot” Current (May 1968), pp. 38-41.

33. “Israel’s Colonial Temptations” Columbia University Forum, Vol. II, No. 1 (Spring 1968), pp. 11-14. Reprinted in Jewish Frontier, Vol. 35, No. 4 (April 1968), pp. 15-17; New Outlook, Vol. II (July-August 1968), pp. 32-37; The Jewish Digest, Vol. VIII (September 1968), pp. 1-6.

32. “What We Need to Teach” The New Leader (August 14, 1967), pp. 6-7.

31. “Why Britain is Different” The New Leader (June 19, 1967), pp. 9-10. Translated into Italian: “Gran Bretagna e MEC: Un matrimonio difficile” in Mercurio, Vol. X, No. 9 (September 1967), pp. 7-9; “Gran Bretagna e Marcato Commune” Il Mulino, Vol. XVI, No. 5-6 (May-June 1967), pp. 409-412.

30. “Russia’s Jews are Pleading for Help” The Washington Post Outlook (March 29, 1967).

29. “Crime and Free Will” World-Journal Tribune Book Week (October 30, 1966).

28. “The Long Shadow of Senator McCarthy” Jewish Frontier (June 1966), pp. 7-11.

27. “More ‘Humane’ Warfare in Vietnam?” War/Peace Report, Vol. 6, No. 5 (May 1966), pp. 5-6. Reprinted under the title “Will We Escalate Chemical Warfare?” in Missions, Vol. 165, No. 4 (April 1967), pp. 16ff; and in Current, No. 75 (September 1966), pp. 10-12.

26. “Shall Students Have a Voice?” The Los Angeles Times (January 2, 1966). Reprinted in Japan Times (January 14, 1966).

25. “Our Fragmented Domestic Operations Need a RAND Corporation” The Washington Post (October 3, 1965). Reprinted in The American Sociologist, Vol. 1 (1966), p. 36; reprinted in The Congressional Record (October 20, 1965).

24. “Le succes et le declin de la politique d’intervention pour le progres en Republique Dominicaine” Civilizations, Vol. XV, No. 2 (1965), pp. 227-242. Translated into Danish in Den Ny Verden, No. 1 (1966), pp. 3-22. Reprinted in a different version in “Intervention for Progress in the Dominican Republic” in John D. Montgomery and Albert O. Hirshman (eds.), Public Policy Vol. XVII (Cambridge Mass.: JFK School of Government, distributed by Harvard Univ. Press, 1968), pp. 299-306; reprinted in International Problems, No. 1-2 (May 1968), pp. 63-67.

23. “Action is All to New Radical Left” The Washington Post (August 15, 1965). Reprinted in The Milwaukee Journal and The Los Angeles Times.

22. “Chaos in Science” Commonweal (July 9, 1965), pp. 494-497. Reprinted in Current (July 9, 1965); and in Motive, Vol. XXVI, No. 3 (December 1965), pp. 43-45.

21. “U.S. Did Right Thing in Wrong Way” The Washington Post (June 13, 1965).

20. “All the Students are Restless–Except Here” The Washington Post (May 9, 1965).

19. “Sino-Soviet Relations” The Washington Post (April 8, 1965).

18. “Speaking of Books: Facts and Figures” The New York Times Book Review (March 14, 1965). Reprinted as “Alarms from Faulty Bells” in Chicago Tribune Books Today (March 14, 1965).

17. “Americans Aren’t Ugly Now, and They’re Alert” The Washington Post (January 31, 1965). Reprinted in The Miami Herald (February 25, 1965).

16. “Multilateral Force or Farce?” The New York Times Magazine (December 13, 1964).

15. “Racism in Africa Reverses the Roles” The Washington Post (December 6, 1964).

14. “When Scientists Testify” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Vol. XX (October 1964), pp. 23-26. Reprinted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (October 9, 1964).

13. “The Multilateral Force: Germany’s Finger on the Atom” The Nation, Vol. 199, No. 10 (October 12, 1964), pp. 208- 211.

12. “Neutral Indochina Still a Buffer” The Washington Post (June 28, 1964).

11. “Beyond the Arms Race” Columbia University Forum, Vol. VII, No. 2 (Spring 1964), pp. 4-11.

10. “Neutrality and Vietnam” The New Leader (March 16, 1964).

9. “Democracy’s Future in Latin America” The New Leader, Vol. XLVI, No. 24 (November 25, 1963), pp. 13-16.

8. “U.S. & Europe, Limited” Columbia University Forum, Vol. VI, No. 1 (Winter 1963), pp. 4-9.

7. “Gradual Arms Reduction” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Vol. XIX, No. 8 (October 1963), pp. 30-33.

6. “A ‘Peacemonger’ Answers Some Questions” The New York Times Magazine (April 21, 1963). Translated into Italian: “Un ‘pacefondaio’ risponde ad alcune domande sul disarmo” Il Mulino, Vol. XII, No. 8 (August 1963), pp. 711-717.

5. “Toward a Secular Judaism?” The Reconstructionist, Vol. XXVII, No. 20 (February 9, 1962), pp. 17-19.

4. “Hiroshima in America” Columbia University Forum, Vol. IV, No. 1 (Winter 1961), pp. 47-49.

3. “Behind the Lavon Affair” Jewish Frontier, Vol. XXVIII, No. 2 (February 1961), pp. 11-13.

2. “Neo-Liberalism–the Turn of the 60′s” Commentary (December 1960), pp. 473-479.

1. “The Israeli Army: The Human Factor” Part I, Jewish Frontier, Vol. 26, No. 10 (November 1959), pp. 4-9; Part II, Vol. 27, No. 1 (January 1960), pp. 9-13; Part III, Vol. 27, No. 2 (February 1960), pp. 16-20.

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