features MAY/JUNE 2003 · VOL XVII NO 3
Government for Whom?
U.S. courts began regarding corporations as "persons" more than a century ago, but no one foresaw the vast power they've since gained. What is becoming of "government of the people, by the people, and for the people"?
Corporations 1, Citizens 0
Who says you can't fight City Hall? Corporations win battles with local governments all the time, as the people of Wellfleet learned the hard way.
Communities Fight Back
People across the country are finding new ways to set democratic limits to corporate power. Plus, resources to help you get involved.
A Prodemocracy Visionary
Ward Morehouse took on Union Carbide after a chemical spill killed 15,000 people in India in 1984. What he learned helped chart a new course for the movement that wants to make corporations accountable to the people.
Democracy and religion.
Call to Worship.
From The ABC's for UU Newcomers.
What matters now.
No finished chart.
The democratic idea.
From the Editor.
People, not corporations, make this magazine.
President Sinkford on the most dangerous church in America.
Are liberties threatened? · About those boys · We're with the atheists
Theodore Parker, heretical prophet
Accessible buildings and a warm welcome.
The North Shore Unitarian Church in Deerfield, Illinois.
What in the World?
Discussion topics on UU World articles.
First Universalist preacher
Congregations focus deeply on war
UU clergy won't sign licenses
UUA struggles to balance budget for fiscal year '04
Living the Faith.
Protests lead to arrest and jail for young UUs
UUs reach out to the Muslim community
UUs in the News.
UU Laurel Clark perishes aboard Columbia shuttle
Tulsa reparations movement results in lawsuit
Protecting reproductive freedom
In the Congregations.
UUs visit Middle East, launch peace campaign
Vase and chairs sold to preserve Wright church
The risk of reconciliation
Obituaries for Robert W. Brockway, Angela Marie Davis, Barbara E. Edgecombe, Margaret Gooding, Robert Edward Green, Richard A. Perry, Harry B. Scholefield.
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