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April 13, 2009

Vol.200 / No.12

April 13, 2009

Jim McDermottApril 13, 2009

Reminiscenses of America's editors and staff

Charles R. MorrisApril 13, 2009

In 1938, America’s comparison of the terrors of Nazism with those in Spain was probably accurate. Fulton J. Sheen estimated that 12,000 clerics and 200,000 noncombatants had been murdered by the Spanish Republicans. Those numbers are too high, but not wildly so. Hugh Thomas, in

Charles R. MorrisApril 13, 2009

Charles Morris chronicles the first 50 years of America.

Martin E. MartyApril 13, 2009

Ecumenical conversations and encounters

Politics & Society
James T. KeaneApril 13, 2009

There is a surefire cure for pride, however, and it is as simple as a reminder of some of the moments when we got things just a little wrong. Or a lot wrong.