The National Catholic Review

April 1, 2000

Vol. 182 No. 11Whole No. 4481


Making Friends for Africa

"There has been no vocal, effective, reliable and consistent constituency for Africa in this country," complained Leonard H. Robinson Jr., a deputy assistant secretary of state for African affairs in the Reagan and Bush administrations. "Africa needs all the friends it can get in America."


Curious Compassion
John F. Kavanaugh

'Better to lose with Bush than win with McCain?'

Pro-Life, Anti-Death Penalty?
James R. Kelly, Christopher Kudlac
Candor and the Court
Richard Stith

Books and Culture

Easing World Pain
George M. Anderson

With civil wars exploding around the world, the essays in The Open Door come at an opportune moment.

The Pain and the Privilege
Paul Wilkes

Donald Cozzens sits at a unique crossroads, being both a priest of 35 years and the rector of a major seminary.

Columns and Departments

The Word
What Would Jesus Do?

John R. Donahue

Faith in Focus
Faith in Focus

Thomas M. Condon

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

George M. Anderson

My Heavens

Philip Levine


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