Ronald Aronson is the author of The Dialectics of Disaster, After Marxism, Camus and Sartre: The Story of a Friendship and the Quarrel That Ended It and, most recently, Living Without God (Counterpoint). He teaches at Wayne State University.
Pursuing religious voters, Republicans and Democrats overlook the importance of the constituency of nonbelievers.
"The New Atheists," Ronald Aronson's cover story for the
June 25 issue, drew so much mail, of such variety, we have onl
An increasingly outspoken community of atheists and agnostics is getting fed up with being marginalized, ignored and insulted.
As the bottom line is touted as the answer to every question and
"liberal" has become a dirty word, it's time for the left in America
to get friendly again with socialism.
JOHN BROWN, RATIONAL HERO
New York City