The Daniel Singer Millennium Prize Foundation was established last year for the purpose of building on the late journalist and author's agenda for a socialist future. To that end, the Foundation launched an annual essay contest. We're pleased to publish the contest's inaugural prize-winning essay, chosen by an international jury from entries representing ten states and five countries. Submissions for the 2002 prize of $2500 should be no longer than 5000 words in any language and should bes ent to the Foundation at P.O. Box 334, Sherman CT, 06784, U.S.A. Professor Sam Gindin is the Packer Chair in Social Justice, Department of Political Science at York University in Toronto.—the Editors
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