Volume III                                  January 1, 2007                                    Number 1
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
Politics

Harvard Square Observer:
The Venerable Harvard Square Commentary
Ernest Cassara
By jolly, I realized the other day that our HSC has been in cyberspace since October 2003...

Implication for the Long Run:
Developments Last Week
• Non-Relational
• Remembrance
• Overdue Voices
• State Killing
• Letters
• Incredible or Incredulous?
• Monied Friends
Everything Else

In California: Windmills
John Turner
About seventy-five miles east of Los Angeles, along Interstate 10, one comes on fields of giant windmills, more windmills than I have seen anywhere else in the world...

Wisdom from Polonius
Thoughts of new years and resolutions

Chuckle of the Week:
Neologisms
Once again, the Washington Post has published the winning submissions to its yearly neologism contest...

Site of the Week:
Wired Safety
The world's largest online safety
and help group

From the Video Shop:
Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont
Neil Turner
This film has everything - unique locations - lovable, quirky characters - a heartfelt story - honest, understated directing - superior acting...


Editor's Panel

From the Editor
John Turner
This is the first number of a new volume of the Harvard Square Commentary and with it comes increased wondering about what the good of all these electronically transmitted words might be...

From Liberty Street:
Dangerous Loomings
John Turner
A headline in the Burlington Free Press yesterday proclaimed: "Americans See Gloom, Doom in 2007." I must say, if that's the public mood, I'm, for once, in line with it...


Ernest Cassara
Founding Editor

John Turner
Managing Editor

Neil Turner
Technical Editor


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