Views for 2013-02-03

Sunday, February 3, 2013
Glenn Greenwald
Brooklyn College's Academic Freedom Increasingly Threatened Over Israel Event
On Tuesday, I wrote about a brewing controversy that was threatening the academic freedom of Brooklyn College (see Item 7).
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Diane Ovalle, Michelle Chen
What Security Means to Edi
There’s nothing special about the Arma family. They’re like countless other American households, with parents working hard to raise their kids right in a blue-collar sunbelt immigrant community in...
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Observer Editorial
The Growing Wealth Gap Is Unsustainable
Antony Jenkins, chief executive of Barclays, who appears before MPs and peers on the banking standards commission this week, has removed one issue from the agenda, namely his right to a bonus of more...
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Frances Moore Lappé
What India Taught Me About How to End Hunger
In the late ’60s, my life changed forever. I asked, Why are millions of people going hungry? Every other species seemed to have figured out how to feed itself and its offspring. So what's up with us?
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David Suzuki
The Baffling Response to Arctic Climate Change
The Arctic may seem like a distant place, just as the most extreme consequences of our wasteful use of fossil fuels may appear to be in some distant future. Both are closer than most of us realize.
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Kristen Saloomey
Guns and Games
Ryan Smith’s apartment has two giant wide-screen televisions and three video gaming systems: an X-box and Playstation in his bedroom, and a Wii in the living room. He says he grew up playing Mario...
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