The first meeting of the homeowner’s association. Beyond landscaping, establishing rules and the money in the association’s bank account, there is suddenly an opportunity: reach out to get to know your neighbor…
By Dana and Steve Becker
Denise Coyle, a former New Jersey Assembly woman, describes the rules of “the rough game” she fell in love with: politics…
By Jade Giaccobe
Inspiring examples of reconciliation abroad
Is it possible for a nation that seems to be tumbling toward an ever-greater disunity to stop the momentum and learn how to listen to people who think differently?
A consultant for farmers and municipalities gets politically active
A South Korean housewife finds herself an intermediary for politicians and promoting values
A Hungarian engineer contributes to collective environmental awareness in his country’s Ministry of the Environment
Developments and success stories for the Movement for Unity in Politics
The debate over the legitimacy of torture has revolved around a sort of debased utilitarianism: how many terrorists tortured are worth one American saved, how many Americans are worth sparing one terrorist from torture?