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from January 1993
Last Number: September 2017

American Humanist Association
ISSN 0018-7399


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Vol. 77 Nbr. 5, September 2017

Humanist profile.

Dale McGowan

Editor's note.

Editorial

Sexual stimulation.

Letter to the editor

Conservation lessons from a still-wild river: be known, spread the word, and get creative.

Up Front

Seen & heard.

... or not to procreate (too much?).

GIVEN the EVIDENCE - Brief article

Manipulating morality.

GIVEN the EVIDENCE - Brief article

To procreate ...

GIVEN the EVIDENCE - Brief article

The Sanctity of Human Life Act: politicians playing God.

Up Front

25 years ago ...

CLASSIC HUMANIST - Quotation

50 years ago ...

CLASSIC HUMANIST - Brief article - Quotation

Making good: humanist philanthropy & the duty to give.

Essay

How poverty kills wonder and what we can do about it.

Essay

Gamm on: The Humanist interview with Philanthropist Gordon Gamm.

Interview

What's in the name? All of us: celebrating a century of humanism.

Cherri Pitts: a rose amongst San Antonio's STARs.

South Texas Atheists for Reason - Interview

Breaking camp: humanist service corps assists Ghanaians accused of witchcraft.

Church, state, and taxpayer support: is America moving toward a European model?

CHURCH & STATE

Distractions.

FIERCE HUMANISM

Poetry & paint.

HUMANISM & THE ARTS

Rehabilitation through humanism.

INSIDE THE WALLS - Column

Why I left, Why I Stayed: Conversations on Christianity Between an Evangelical Father and His Humanist Son.

Book review

Kill All the Normies: Online Culture Wars From 4Chan And Tumblr To Trump And The Alt-Right.

Book review

Correctness.

Letters - Letter to the editor

Not a fan of Freud.

Letters - Letter to the editor

Questioning the candidate.

Letters - Letter to the editor

Scopes trial trivia.

Letters - Letter to the editor

$84 million taxpayer dollars (ten times as much) is spent annually for the US military to treat erectile dysfunction.

WORTH NOTING - Brief article

A speech by Donald Trump at the Boy Scouts of America annual national jamboree in late July angered many of the parents and members of the scouting community.

WORTH NOTING - Brief article

According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), renewed fighting in the Central African Republic increasingly targets children.

WORTH NOTING - Brief article


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