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October 6, 2008

Vol. 199 / No. 10

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Of Many Things
Patricia A. KossmannOctober 06, 2008

Another fall publishing season is upon us.

October 06, 2008

Time for a Boycott Regarding your editorial on the situation in India (“Persecution in Orissa,” 9/22): it seems to me that much of the impetus for the growing religious intolerance in India stems from the booming economic strength of India that has empowered ethnic and religious majoriti

The EditorsOctober 06, 2008

We need a new design for the economy predicated on human solidarity.

Faith in Focus
Arthur SchneierOctober 06, 2008

Forgiveness, atonement and the High Holy Days

Vincent RyanOctober 06, 2008

The Crusades are typically thought of as the wars between Christians and Muslims in the Middle East that occurred during the 12th and 13th centuries While this was their most famous manifestation it was not the only one They also involved conflicts against the Moors in Iberia heretics in souther

Angela ODonnellOctober 06, 2008

Mary Oliver rsquo s newest book The Truro Bear and Other Adventures Poems and Essays will certainly please connoisseurs of her work and will likely win her new readers as well The 35 poems and prose sketches in the collection that have been previously published present themselves as familiar fri