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Editor's Note

Contemporary Justice Review , Volume 11 (1): 1-5 – Mar 1, 2008


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At nearly every conference I attend, in one way or another I work in the question: What will the family of the future look like? After that, when applicable, I approach the means: How shall we get there? By listening attentively I see that very few folks feel the weight of the question, its magnitude, that is, how we shall reconfigure the permutations of 'tribe,' 'tribal,' 'communal,' 'collective' - as in a collective (sense of) consciousness, one that respects personal needs to the nth degree, so as not to create fear for those who cringe when they hear the world 'collective.' Bulletin: the Age of Anxiety is over! Years ago when I was named the first Commissioner of the first Historic Preservation Commission of the town I live in - that alone is five stories'-worth! - I arranged to have Randall Arent, then of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, come to speak on 'open space development.' To this one evening symposium, held in the meeting room of our town's Historical Association, I invited from our town and surrounding towns the following: town supervisors, town board members, planning board chairs, planning board members, town and village historians, plus an assorted
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