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‘Back When We Were Negroes’ by Charles E. Richardson

There was a time until the early 1960s when the terms to describe those of African decent, like me — African-American or Black or Afro-American — were almost unheard of. I remember a distinct conversation with a friend discussing descriptive terms for ourselves in 1963 or ’64. The term “black” was just coming into vogue …

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Interview with Dr. Miguel Faria (Part II) by Myles B. Kantor

Miguel A. Faria Jr. is the author of “Medical Warrior” and “Vandals at the Gates of Medicine,” and editor in chief of the Medical Sentinel, the journal of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. His most recent book is “Cuba in Revolution: Escape from a Lost Paradise.” All of his books are available through …

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Public Policy by Lawsuit — No One Is Safe

In a 1993 two-part article at a height of the liability crisis, particularly with medical “malpractice” lawsuits,(1) I wrote that rampant litigation had become a malevolent trend threatening to unravel the fabric of society and individuals. The trend has recently cranked up to high gear as attorney-litigators have found yet new venues for enacting disruptive …

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