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Why ‘That’ Part of Town Matters

By: Barbara Yuki Schwartz You know, “that” part of town. The part of town that’s on the “wrong side of the tracks,” where it’s believed that there are too many broken windows and boarded-up stores, where it’s widely…

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Is Libertarianism Ever About Community?

Jeff Fecke at Alas, a Blog, talks about Rand Paul and his libertarian-based thoughts on the Civil Rights Act. Apparently, according to Paul, he would have supported the Civil Rights Act, but only up to a point —…

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A Response to Zev Trachtenberg: dialogue in the expanse

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about my understanding of the nature of dialogue. In response, Xenia fellow Zev Trachtenberg wrote an interesting post expanding upon the issue of recognition which I had briefly touched upon….

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Immigration and Apple Pie

Glenn Smith over at dogcanyon.org is taking on immigration and apple pie all in one fell swoop. In a quick survey of interesting “facts” about (North) American firsts, he brings down apple pie – first credited to Geoffrey…

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Where ideas become dynamic, relational, and engaged

Friends and Fans of Dialogic, As a result of more interest in our magazine than we anticipated, we are in the midst of a redesign of Dialogic. Our new online magazine format will make it easier for you…

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