The National Catholic Review

November 15, 2004

Vol. 191 No. 15Whole No. 4670

Editorials

Bush II

The re-election of President George W. Bush by more votes than he received in 2000 puts to rest questions about the legitimacy of his administration. This time he won not only the electoral college but also the popular vote, by more than three million votes.

Articles

Living on the Edge
Patrick Samway
The Annulment
Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
In Solidarity
Joseph A. O'Hare

Books and Culture

Books
A Looming Crisis
T. Patrick Hill
What are the challenges facing health care in America, and will the members of America’s 350,000 religious congregations be able to help
Books
Uh, Welcome Back
George M. Anderson
You are a 26-year-old mother of four, and suddenly you find yourself behind bars—not for a few months, but for a long 16 years as a first
Books
Seeing in a New Light
Kathy O'Connell
Why does God at times seem to take the wisest among us so terribly early?
Film
Existential Follies
Richard A. Blake
Two ladies of a certain age sitting behind me gasped during the opening sequence.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Long Live the King!
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
Bibby-Darling
Robin Stratton
Columns
Is It Over Yet?
Terry Golway
Poem
Jesuits
Angela O
Letters
Letters
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