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Is Healthcare a Human Right?

And If So, What Difference Does It Make? Healthcare is a very good thing for governments to provide, whether or not it is a human right, because it is certainly a basic human good and is necessary for human flourishing. … Continue reading

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From Mandela to Barghouti: Nonviolent Lessons for Democracy and Divestment

Background for MRTI’s recommendations from Tilton, Boesak, Zunes, and Wall Reflecting back on the past year, it can be easy to become discouraged, for 2013 has been a year of great violence and bloodshed. 2013 brought us tragedies from the Boston … Continue reading

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Plumblining the Church: An Editor’s Closing Remarks

These comments from General Editor Chris Iosso come in response to a closing editorial by Managing Editor Ginna Bairby and serve as our final article in our series on the Future of Social Witness. Ginna’s response is an excellent summary … Continue reading

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Government Shutdowns: An Unnecessary Evil

Introduction This editorial comes on the heels of Election Day 2013, not a day when Senate or House of Representatives seats were in contest, but a day when government “by the people, of the people, and for the people” was … Continue reading

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