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Articles from The Humanist (May 1, 2005)

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108 people have died in U.S. custody. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 85
A federal lawsuit against Donald Rumsfeld. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 95
Ashcroft, Eastwood, and assisted dying. Girsh, Faye 1115
Can peace be taught--and learned? McCarthy, Colman 2122
Corrections. Correction Notice 176
Faith and public controversy. Machan, Tibor R. 854
Floridians to use deadly force in self-defense on the streets. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 98
Food pantry that lost its funding. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 87
Graffiti of a Nicaraguan survivor: war doesn't just disappear with the signing of a peace treaty and the onslaught of reconstruction efforts. To understand the true cost of any armed conflict, we must first consider the lingering effects of war one, five, ten, or twenty years from its official end. Bargo, Michelle 1771
High-stakes testing, homework, and gaming the system. Buell, John 1198
Humanism. Brief Article 118
Humanist profile: Edward O. Wilson 1999 Humanist of the Year. 366
Iraq withdrawal and Solomon, Norman 1939
Iraq's reconstruction: a community responsibility. Ben-Meir, Jason 527
Minimum security. McMillan, Stephanie Cartoon 130
On the Workforce Reinvestment and Adult Education Act. Nadler, Jerrold L. 721
Outgrowing the Earth. Huebner, Al Book Review 1192
Pursuing passion after three generations. Orent, Wendy 1245
Reduce taxes: stop state sanctification! White, Steve Letter to the Editor 167
RFID report. Smith, Lisa 1529
Rights as a learning experience. Niose, David A. Book Review 1251
Secret U.S. plan to wreck a G8 initiative. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 88
She's right, but for other reasons. McNally, Richard Letter to the Editor 205
Teaching humanities in new ways--and teaching new humanities. Wagner, Mark 2704
The American Cancer Society responds. Sener, Stephen F. Letter to the Editor 411
The End of Faith. Niose, David A. Book Review 1985
The issue at hand. Edwords, Fred 436
To teach or not to teach? Rubinstein, Robert 965
Truth, death, and journalism: we kill journalists, don't we? Niman, Michael I. 1606
Unlike China, where female children are often unwanted and even killed, the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh is trying to boost its female population by offering monetary incentives and annual education grants to families that limit their offspring to one female child. Gajewski, Karen Ann Brief Article 91
Will the real Martin Luther King please stand up. Nall, Jeff 918

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