Vol. 65 Nbr. 5, September 2005
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- Humanist profile: Eleanor Roosevelt: First Lady, United States of America (1933-1945).
- Sorry, wrong mammal.
- War memories.
- The issue at hand.
- We kill journalists: Part Two in an unfortunately continuing series.
- Are nonreligious teenagers really deficient?
- America's traditional values: the conscience of a nation.
- A critique of faith-based prison programs.
- Up the river.
- The dirty side of the drug war.
- Auditorium 5: presenting abuse, racism, torture, savagery: Hollywood pictures the dark side of American prisons.
- From Attica to Abu Ghraib--and a prison near you.
- Criminal behavior and the ethics of biological intervention.
- Why humanist communities should embrace charter schools.
- Charter schools don't solve real problems.
- Judge allows graduation in church but...
- Ends and means.
- Worth noting.