Summer 2011 Summer 2011 The (Not So) Great Helmsman David Hulme Mao’s Great Famine (2010) by historian Frank Dikötter chronicles the ghastly four-year period that resulted in the peacetime death of millions. What Can We Do Now? To bring change, we must first change ourselves. Right behavior begins at the individual level. Summer 2001 Taming the Monster Inside Us David Hulme In this interview with Jonathan Glover, which first appeared in the Summer 2001 issue, the British ethics professor addresses the human proclivity for cruelty. Summer 2011 Rewriting the History of the Church Peter Nathan If the winners are the ones who write history, then historical accounts are surely subject to bias and inaccuracy. Church history is no exception. Summer 2011 Beyond the Nuclear Family Gina Stepp Researchers Bella DePaulo and Robert Milardo explore the importance of collateral kin—aunts, uncles and others in extra-nuclear support systems. Summer 2011 9/11: Looking Back, Looking Ahead Thomas E. Fitzpatrick Even before September 11, 2001, terrorism was a fact of life for much of the world. Must we accept that it will always be that way? The Making of a Terrorist Psychologists and policymakers alike are trying to understand what makes a terrorist. How does one stop the assembly line? Spring 2002 The New War? David Hulme David Hulme spoke with military historian Sir John Keegan soon after 9/11. Vision revisits their discussion on the changing face of war. Summer 2011 The Mind of God Dan Cloer Scientists are turning the cosmos upside down in their search for a unifying Theory of Everything. But there’s one place most of them won’t look. Summer 2011 The Bubble Machine Dan Cloer Is the universe accidental—now pictured as a single bubble within a cosmic foam? Or is this just a choice of belief, not an empirical conclusion?