Monthly Archives: March 2002

Memories of Ashcroft

In times of emergency, nations have historically set aside certain civil liberties – a notable (and shameful) example in our own country being the herding of Japanese-Americans into detention camps during World War II. Many of us are concerned now … Continue reading

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Napster Didn’t Hurt Music Sales

I would like to thank the public i for running the article by the wonderfully talented Rose Marshack. Her insights into the music business were very interesting and informative. I do, however, have one point to make, and that is … Continue reading

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The Charter School Proposal: Critical Issues, Wrong Answer

What follow are my own thoughts on the charter school proposal, which do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of my employer the Illinois Education Association, or its local Urbana and Champaign affiliates. Let me state at the outset … Continue reading

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