The National Catholic Review

June 7, 2004

Vol. 190 No. 19Whole No. 4654

Editorials

Endgame

The United States went to war in Iraq to destroy weapons of mass destruction and depose Saddam Hussein. No weapons have been found; Saddam is under arrest. The time has come to declare “mission accomplished” and announce a deadline for bringing the troops home.

Articles

Books and Culture

Books
A South Buffalo Start
Terry Golway
Not long ago, an English critic and essayist, Geoffrey Wheatcroft, cast a cold eye on the rash of memoirs written by Irish Catholics from
Books
Storytelling at Its Irish Best
Tom Deignan
In the very useful Penguin Book of Irish Fiction (2000), editor Colm Tóibín ultimately selected but one short story from the proli

Columns and Departments

The Word
All You Can Eat!
Dianne Bergant
The Word
What's My Line?
Dianne Bergant
Columns
The Jihadists of Luton
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
Poem
The Mouse and the Human
Tryfon Tolides
Letters
Letters
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