Monthly Archives: October 2001

Artificial Cloning

Artificial Cloning by Ron Unz Reason Online, Friday, October 26, 2001 The general debate: http://www.reason.com/bioresearch/bioresearch.html First, we should realize that a “clone” is simply the scientific name for an identical twin, which has been a rare though perfectly natural part of humanity since … Continue reading

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Rocks Falling Upward at Harvard University

Rocks Falling Upward at Harvard University by Ron Unz National Review Online, Friday, October 26, 2001 While most Americans have been transfixed by the terrifying prospect of massive deaths from anthrax or suicide bombers, a few in our society fear an even … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Cloning Debate

Long, long ago, before the events of September 11th eclipsed all national issues other than terrorism, public policy pundits had seen fit to focus some of their attention on whether or not Congress should ban research into cloning. Several prominent … Continue reading

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Rocks Falling Upward

This past Monday’s raucous debate at Harvard University brought back many fond memories of my 1998 California campaign. Although my opponent, Prof. Catherine Snow, one of America’s most prominent bilingual theorists, was new, nearly everything else was quite familiar. As … Continue reading

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Harvard University Debate

Bilingual Education Debate with Ron Unz and Catherine Snow Askwith Education Forum/Harvard University, October 15, 2001, 1:20:52 Askwith Educational Forum at Harvard University on Massachusetts English for the Children initiative; debate moderated by Tony Randolph of WBUR, with Ron Unz … Continue reading

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It Was Twenty Years Ago Today

As Education Week, the national newsweekly of America’s school establishment, marks its twentieth anniversary, its pages have begun running a series of reprinted stories on the major educational controversies of twenty years ago. Back when a Georgian peanut farmer occupied … Continue reading

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