The National Catholic Review

July 5, 2004

Vol. 191 No. 1Whole No. 4656


Smuggling and Trafficking

Smuggling and trafficking in human beings is on the rise, and with that rise has come an increase in victims’ suffering. Throughout the world, they are treated simply as commodities, often in ways that are physically and psychologically brutal.


A Fish Out of Water
Valerie Schultz
Shrouded in Mystery
Drew Christiansen
Fading Faith in Free Trade
Robert A. Senser
Servant Leadership
Carl Koch
The Perils of Freedom
Jens Soering

Books and Culture

Village Scandal, Mountain Spirits
John C. Hawley

Until recently, South Africa’s fiction has been totally dominated by apartheid. But in 1992 the government of F. W.

From Dutch to Diverse
Joyce D. Goodfriend

Russell Shorto fires a powerful salvo in the war of words over America’s origins.

Hogwarts Haven
Richard A. Blake

Reality leaves a great deal to be desired.

Columns and Departments

The Word
I Just Love...

Dianne Bergant

The Word
Mi Casa, Su Casa

Dianne Bergant


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