Sorry, We’re Here for Eternity

Posted on September 24th, 1974 by floraschnall // Articles // Comments Off on Sorry, We’re Here for Eternity

Soon it will be possible to extend human life indefinitely. After thousands of years of desperate struggle against death and deepest anguish at its inevitability there is at last .hope of winning that struggle. In research centers around the world efforts are now accelerating to overcome aging and, in time, death itself. Download Article Published […]

Gaining Perspective

Posted on June 28th, 1973 by floraschnall // Articles // 1 Comment

What elsewhere are regarded as problems, in the United States become magnified into crises-the urban crisis, the school crisis, the dollar crisis, the environmental crisis, the energy crisis, the Watergate crisis. Download Article Published by the New York Times on June 28, 1973

A Plague on Both Your Tribes

Posted on September 4th, 1972 by floraschnall // Articles // Comments Off on A Plague on Both Your Tribes

The Arab-Israeli quarrel is developing into a monumental bore. While East and West Europeans, North and South Koreans, Indians and Pakistanis, American and Russians, Chinese and Japanese are all rapidly patching up their differences, the Arabs and Israelis, acting like adolescents, refuse to resolve their wasteful 25-year-old brawl. Download Article Published by the New York […]

An End to The Cries Of Despair

Posted on July 3rd, 1971 by floraschnall // Articles // Comments Off on An End to The Cries Of Despair

This is the most promising and revolutionary era in our entire evolution. A spirit of hope and commitment is surging around the world. But in the United States a deep gloom hangs over the people. Americans are acquiring a reputation as the world’s greatest cynics and pessimists. Download Article Published by the New York Times […]

Middle East Paradox– The ‘Beggar Rich’

Posted on November 3rd, 1963 by floraschnall // Articles // Comments Off on Middle East Paradox– The ‘Beggar Rich’

In recent years, several countries of the Middle East have embarked upon extensive land–reform and other needed programs, which are launched vigorously and enthusiastically, but which soon run into obstacles and resistance and then slowly peter out. Download Article Published by the New York Times on November 3, 1963

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