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Issue No. 9 - Heaven & Earth
F E A T U R E S :

New » A Message for Humanity

On Morality: The Most Sacred Good

On Courage: Acting in the Presence of Fear

From Darkness, Awakening: A Department of Peace

Spirit Matters:
G&G Interviews Michael Lerner

We Still Need a Religious Left

9/11 and the American Empire:
How Should Religious People Respond?

Saving Fundamentalists From the Religious Right

The Dark Jesus: Spiritual Imagery Inspires Change and Heals Racism

Will We Choose To Survive?

A Sneak-Peak Interview with the Messiah

G&G Arts - Essay
Whose Good? Who's Evil?

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Max Bushnell of Haddonfield, NJ wrote:
Great article [America's Political Spectrum]--for 50% of readers. I applaud the effort to educate the masses that they can define who they are, and which title fits them best. Regrettably, a large population of voters remains unidentifiable by the characterizations you set fourth.

How would you classify the informed, registered voter that seeks electoral restructuring within the framework of the constitution, and wants to ramp up military power? Green or Republican? Moreover, is this Green-Republican a hybrid to be admired or a bipolar jellyfish to be dismissed? Unfortunately, they?re not Green or Republican, and dismissal is not an option due to their proliferation. Each political party you mentioned has adopted at least one concern that appeals to a broad spectrum of voters. This elementary acquisition strategy has been around as long as democracy and spawned a classification you overlooked: the issue voter. This nebulous category of the populace must be scrutinized and understood. Was it the issue voter that silently led to what you call the PNAC Republican entrenchment?

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