Number 29, October 2003
On the Editor's page this month I take my turn wacking Bush. One tries to exercise restraint when criticizing the president, but, unfortunately, restraint is no longer possible in this case. Even the Democrats seem to be realizing this.
Benjamin Franklin answers all the people who don't like what we print. Thanks Ben. The three articles in Current Events are excellent examples.
The Anthroposphy section is bigger than usual this month, with a Steiner Karma lecture, a quote by him on Einstein's theory of relativity, when it was still new, and an essay by Bruce Kirchhof on anthroposphy.
Robert Zimmer's serialized, money-less free world book continues. Our long-time contributor, Gaither Stewart has sent us a chapter (Munich) from his latest novel-in-progress. Short fiction goes back in time. Styles change, but quality is eternal.
For those of you who are already his fans, Bobby Matherne's movie snapshots are like none you'll find anywhere else.
I'm running out of space, so please just check the Table of Contents for the rest of this month's goodies.
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Table of Contents
An Apology for Printers
Portrait of Rudolf Steiner
The Anthroposophical Path
The Real Reason for War
Martin Luther King
Interview with Utah Phillips
Fiction The Free World Fiction
The Free World
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
The Bremen Town-Musicians Brothers Grimm
Computers in Classrooms
Let America be America Again
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