Volume III February 26, 2007 Number 9
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
It has been one of those weeks that bring to mind the famous poem by Bobbie Burns ...
Suleiman al-Himri spent a year and a half in an Israeli prison...
It is terrible to find oneself in agreement with an authoritarian thug...
• Our President Speaks!
• The Furor Continues
• A Living Document? - Part 4
• Character as Fate
• Where Intelligence Clusters
• Weird Minds
• What's Lying?
This is the Crystal Cave of Giants found in the Naica Mine, Chihuahua Mexico...
Thoughts of O.W.Holmes, Plato, and J.Auer
In the late 19th century, a commission was created to determine the boundary line between the states of New Hampshire and Maine...
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As a boy growing up in the 1950's South being surrounded by racial and religious prejudices ...
Bernard Lewis's best seller from five year's ago presumes to tell us what has gone wrong with Islamic civilization...
Definitions you will not find in the normal dictionary...
Despite Tom Shales's dismissive review of the Oscar show in the Washington Post, I still think...
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