The National Catholic Review

January 22, 2001

Vol. 184 No. 2Whole No. 4514


Foreign Policy After Jan. 20

On election night last November, PBS-TV’s NewsHour With Jim Lehrer asked three veteran journalists to size up the media’s coverage of the presidential race.


A Pro-Life Strategy of Persuasion
Harry J. Byrne

The United States bishops in their 1999 statement, Faithful Citizenship, called on Catholics and all citizens to stay involved in public life...and participate in the debates and choices...

Loving the Sinner
Susan E. Wills

In the lecture he gave when he received the Nobel prize for literature in 1970, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn remarked about totalitarian states: Violence does not live alone and is not capable of living

Books and Culture

Crusader for a Better Society
Thomas R. Murphy
Maurice Isserman, the William R. Kenan Jr.
The Shaping of a Literary Life
Eileen Z. Cohen
George Orwell commented in his Confessions of a Book Reviewer that reviewing was a thankless task.
Technology and the Moral Order
T. Patrick Hill
This is a book that promises much but delivers relatively little, at least if we are to take the authors declared intentions at their fac

Columns and Departments

The Word
Turning Away
John R. Donahue
The Word
Turning Toward
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
The Least of These
Lorraine V. Murray
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Thomas J. Reese
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