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Martha Nussbaum on Islamic liberalism under fire in India; John Bowen on “recognizing sharia” in England; Evgeny Morozov on whether the Internet spreads democracy; Catherine Tumber on green prospects for smaller cities.
Michael D. Mastrandrea and Stephen H. Schneider on adapting to climate change; Martha Nussbaum on grief and Justice; Richard Stallman is no fan of One Laptop Per Child; William Hogeland delves into the public history of the Constituton.
After Prison: Bruce Western on reentry; Mary Fainsod Katzenstein and Mary Lyndon Shanley on incarcerated fathers; Robert Perkinson on the history of the prison boom. Andrew Bacevich on the boken pentagon; Elias Khoury on justice in Palestine.
In the forum, Edward Miguel is optimistic about growth in Africa. Olu Ajakaiye, Paul Collier, Rachel Glennerster, and others respond.
William Hogeland on Pete Seeger and William F. Buckley; Zakes Mda on South African fiction; Patricia Engel's contest-winning short story; Maureen McLane on Emily Dickinson, post-9/11; poems by Barbara Claire Freeman and D.A. Powell.
Jonathan Zittrain leads a forum on the balance between security and freedom on the Internet, with responses from Richard Stallman, Bruce Owen, Susan Crawford, and others.
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