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October 27, 2008

Vol. 199 / No. 13

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October 27, 2008

Robert David SullivanOctober 27, 2008

Red, blue and everything in between

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.”

Joseph A. Califano, Jr.October 27, 2008

How parents can prevent teen drug abuse

Lyn Burr BrignoliOctober 27, 2008

The 'A Case for God' prize-winning essay

Politics & Society
James T. Keane, Jim McDermottOctober 27, 2008

John LaFarge: a famous pioneer in the field of interracial justice and an editor of America for 37 years.

Of Many Things
Karen Sue SmithOctober 27, 2008

Moving beyond the politics of division