What happened on April 26, 2004
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
Pain by numbers Scott Collins and Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writers
The 9/11 Panel Looks the Wrong Way Amitai Etzioni, Amitai Etzioni teaches sociology at George Washington University. His book "From Empire to Community: A New Approach to International Relations" (Palgrave) will be published in May.
War in Iraq Aims a Bullet at the Heart of the Economy James K. Galbraith, James K. Galbraith teaches at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin and is chair of Economists Allied for Arms Reduction, www.ecaar.org, a global network of economists concerned with peace and security issues.
Still on Catastrophe's Edge Robert McNamara and Helen Caldicott, Robert McNamara was secretary of Defense for presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Helen Caldicott is a pediatrician and president of the Nuclear Policy Research Institute.
Grouping Kids by Age Should Have Vanished With the Little Red Schoolhouse Denis P. Doyle, Denis P. Doyle was a member of the National Commission on Time and Learning. He is vice chairman of a company that makes Web-based products to advance education reform.