A forum on Randall Forsberg, Jonathan Dean, and Saul Mendlovitz’s essay on preventing war, with responses by Kosta Tsipis, Alan Cranston, and others. Also: Paul Kahn on Pinochet’s trial and the limits of international law. Herbert Gintis, William H. Simon, and others respond to Jeff Gates’s essay on expanding ownership of capital. Loren Goldner on saving Mumia Abu-Jamal. Plus: fiction by Short Story Contest runner-up Rhoda B. Stamell, poetry by Mark Levine, Stephen Burt, and others, book reviews, and more.
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