Volume IV                                 February 11, 2008                                Number 6
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
Politics

From Eric Zencey
Are Natural Resources Getting Cheaper?
Updating the
Simon-Ehrlich Bet
Back in the 1970s Paul Erhlich, author of The Population Bomb and an early advocate for recognizing limits to growth, entered into a famous bet with Julian Simon...

Implication for the Long Run
Developments Last Week
Searchers
Automotive Psychology
Derivation

Everything Else

From the Video Shop
Across the Universe
I'm not sure whether the younger generation will appreciate Across the Universe as much as I...

Wisdom from Polonius
Love and Valentines
From the minds of Hutton, Lamb, Sexton, Hart, and Shakespeare 

Chuckle of the Week
Questions
Have you ever pondered?...

Site of the Week
History.com: Valentine's Day
Every February, across the country, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine...

Editor's Panel

From the Editor
Being in the little town of Bowling Green, Florida, in a house with no internet hookup and no cable TV, allows me to experience the sense of politics that probably reigns among most Americans...

From Liberty Street
Owning Land
It’s clear to anyone who thinks about it that the ownership of land is a political condition...

From Sanitas
A Lexicon for
the 21st Century
Definitions you will not find
in the normal dictionary


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