Witnesses to Injustice

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January 30-February 6

Timothy A. Byrnes discusses the influence of religious communities on U.S. foreign policy.
Timothy A. Byrnes talks about his new book Reverse Mission, which looks at three religious communities and the unique ways they have shaped U.S. foreign policy. Byrnes, a professor of political science at Colgate University and a panelist on the Ivory Tower Half Hour, focuses here on the story of the six Jesuits who were killed in El Salvador by military forces and the coordinated response of Jesuits in the United States.
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