Volume IV                                 April 21, 2008                                Number 16
HARVARD SQUARE COMMENTARY
A Political, Social, Literary Journal
Politics

From Lawrence Velvel
Courts Should Insist That The Political Branches Do Their Jobs Carefully
And Thoroughly,
Instead of Shoddily
As the last posting said would be the case, this essay is about an idea which, as far as I know, is quite novel...

Implication for the Long Run
Developments Last Week
American Ontology
Making Judgments
Who Knows?
The Great Disconnect
Connecting

Everything Else

From John R. Guthrie
In Praise of the
Blue Collar Review
Blue Collar Review is a labor of love on the part of Editor Al Markowitz and Co-Editor Mary Franke...

From the Video Shop
Lars and the Real Girl
This quirky little comedy is a Real Treat...

Wisdom from Polonius
Patriot
From the minds of Jackson, Harris, Chesterton, Dryden, Twain, and Hearst 

Chuckle of the Week
A Letter from a Marine
I am well. Hope you are. Tell Brother Walt and Brother Elmer the Marine Corps beats working for old man Minch by a mile...

Site of the Week
Minute Man
Historical National Park
Each year in mid-April, thousands of people flock to historic Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park to celebrate Patriot's Day...


Editor's Panel

From the Editor
Last week I promised you a follow-up report on my Kindle. So here goes...

From Liberty Street
Characterizing America
Is America the greatest country on earth? Is it a bulwark of freedom and democracy?...

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


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