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CHAPTER 7: Sixteenth Year of War. The Melian Debate
Next summer Alcibiades sailed to Argos with twenty ships and seized 300 Argive
citizens who were still suspected of being pro—Spartan. These were put by the Athenians
into the nearby islands under Atheni
Toward a Democratic Culture
by Ernesto Cortes Jr.
We must commit
to rebuilding the
a decent society.
ong before recent terrorist
attacks, invasions, economic
downturns, and hurricanes,
the alienating and homogenizing effects of globaliz
Summer 1996 Reweaving the Social Fabric
“7706 politics that builds
real community by
of relationships and
by Ernesto Cortes, Jr.
he quality of urban life has
deteriorated sharply over the
last 20 years