CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS FOUNDATION
Bill of Rights in Action
Fall 2006 (22:4)
Making a Just Society
This edition of Bill of Rights in Action examines issues surrounding the making of a just society. The first article looks at one of the most contentious issues today—stem-cell research. The second article explores President Abraham Lincoln’s ideas on American democracy. The last article looks at the ideas of medieval scholar St. Thomas Aquinas on what makes a just society.
Current Issues: Stem-Cell Research: The Promise and the Pitfalls
U.S. History: Slavery, Civil War, and Democracy: What Did Lincoln Believe?
World History: St. Thomas Aquinas, Natural Law, and the Common Good
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