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October 27, 2008

Vol.199 / No.13

October 27, 2008

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.

Robert David SullivanOctober 27, 2008

Red, blue and everything in between

Of Many Things
Karen Sue SmithOctober 27, 2008

Moving beyond the politics of division