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October 27, 2008

Vol.199 / No.13
Books
Karen Sue SmithOctober 27, 2008

A life of Mary Cassatt

Robert David SullivanOctober 27, 2008

Red, blue and everything in between

Joseph A. Califano, Jr.October 27, 2008

How parents can prevent teen drug abuse

Books
George M. AndersonOctober 27, 2008

Prisoners have often written about their lives behind bars but Jens Soering rsquo s The Church of the Second Chance stands out because it involved considerable research How a reader might ask could a person serving a life sentence for murder with only limited access to a typewriter and none to

Editorials
Blase J. CupichOctober 27, 2008

Racism can be called our nation's own 'original sin.'

William R. O'NeillOctober 27, 2008

In Robert Bolt’s play, A Man for All Seasons, the aging Cardinal Wolsey admonishes Sir Thomas More: “You’re a constant regret to me, Thomas. If you could just see the facts flat on, without that horrible moral squint; with just a little common sense, you could have been a statesman.”