From News & Letters, a special issue on the Raya Dunayevskaya Centenary Year 1910-2010. You are how you camped: What your enjoyment of sleep-away camp, or lack of same, says about your character. Mark Juddery on the 8 underrated icons that should knock out the most overrated things ever. Biohazard: David Hoffman on what the world doesn't know about germ warfare. Jesus plus recession doesn't equal charitable giving: When times are tough, we’re supposed to throng into the pews, imploring the Creator to straighten out our suboptimal economic prospects, and to revive our faith in the American gospel of success. A review of Cocaine Nation: How the White Trade Took Over the World by Tom Feiling. From New English Review, human nature is corruptible which is why attempts to degrade our young people work; and let them inherit debt: Is it true that justice always and everywhere trumps other considerations? Extreme Function: Why our brains respond so intensely to exaggerated characteristics. Remember the family atomic-bomb shelters that were popular in the '50s and '60s? They're back, bigger and better than ever. From Meanjin, Richard King on C.P. Snow and the "two cultures" debate; and what is there to write about sleep? Good, plain sleep is invisible — it harbours no narrative and demands no investigation. Bible study goes 2.0: Is the internet the way of the future when it comes to Bible studies?