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Articles from For A Change (February 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A timely note of idealism. (From The Editors' Desk). Noble, Kenneth Editorial 381
Ear to the ground. Brown, Jean 671
English and Irish: a way forward through repentance: Peter Riddell reviews a slim book with some big implications. Riddell, Peter Book Review 1035
Forgiveness out of suffering: the last words of Wim Lindeijer's mother led him to seek reconciliation with the Japanese. He tells his story to Michael Henderson. (Profile). Henderson, Michael 1399
From Cornelio Sommaruga, Switzerland. (Letter). Letter to the Editor 376
Hospital saved. (People Making A Difference). Pearce, Richard 570
How does Enron affect corporate life? Stephen B Young, Global Executive Director of the Caux Round Table, which campaigns for ethical and social responsibility in business, ponders the lessons from the collapse of Enron. (In My View). Young, Stephen B. 570
Japanese-Korean youth initiative. (People Making A Difference). Stepanova, Anastasia 530
Learning about democracy in South Africa. (Webbsite). Webb, Robert Column 620
My family's Russia: few countries have seen more changes in the last century than Russia. Anastasia Stepanova traces its history through the lives of three generations. (Lead Story). 2328
Open house library. (People Making A Difference). Stepanova, Anastasia 423
Should `assisted suicide' be made legal? Pierre Spoerri reads a book which puts forward some uncomfortable views on a burning subject. Spoerri, Pierre Book Review 1240
The making of an historian: Paul Williams discovers how Robin Mowat found his path in life in the turbulent 1930s. Williams, Paul 927
Time to stop pretending: the West's views on sexual morality are out of step with the rest of the world's, maintains Joanna Bogle. (Living Issues). Bogle, Joanna 641
What Europe should understand about the US: Bryan Hamlin, a British-born American citizen, challenges Europe's prejudice towards the United States. (The FAC Essay). Hamlin, Bryan Column 1699
What makes for a good apology. (Guest Column). Lazare, Aaron Column 951
Which hopeless case? (Reflections). Engebretsen, Einar Excerpt 759
Working for a small-is-beautiful world: a narrow brush with death led Richard St George to devote his life to conservation. The Director of the Schumacher Society talks to Caz and Sandy Hore-Ruthven. (Profile II). Hore-Ruthven, Sandy Interview 954

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