The National Catholic Review

March 18, 2002

Vol. 186 No. 9Whole No. 4562

Editorials

The Bush Doctrine

When Thomas Jefferson became president in 1801, the problem of the Barbary pirates was waiting for him. These Moorish privateers, outfitted in Algeria, Morocco, Tripoli and Tunis, were prowling the seas off the North African coast as their predecessors had done for two centuries.

Articles

Profiling
Philip R. Sullivan
The Future Church
Joseph Claude Harris
Whatever Happened to Limbo?
Gerald M. Fagin

Books and Culture

Books
A Living Narrative
Edward Curtin
This is a brilliant, complex and compelling analysis of emotions and their significance in personal and social life.
Books
The God of No Return
John Omicinski
Economics has dabbled in theology from its beginnings.
Books
Ordinary and Extraordinary
M. L. del Mastro
The Rev. Richard P.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Joyful and Subversive Memory
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Taking It With Me
Amy Gibson
Columns
Some Solace
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
John W. Donohue
Letters
Letters
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