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March 3, 2008

Vol.198 / No.7
Olga BonfiglioMarch 03, 2008

Although most Americans regard Sept 11 2001 as a day that changed the world the investigative reporter Craig Unger would argue that the presidential election in 2000 served as a point of convergence for certain groups of people who helped create what he calls 8220 the greatest foreign policy d

Current Comment
The EditorsMarch 03, 2008

Really short stories, Australia's apology, Darfur's displaced

Karen Sue SmithMarch 03, 2008

Editorial Director Karen Sue Smith meditates on three images for Lent and Easter. Watch the audio slide show.

T. S. McMillinMarch 03, 2008

Philip F Gura is one of America 8217 s leading historians a prolific scholar who has dealt with a wide variety of subjects from the twang of banjos to the angry God of Jonathan Edwards His research and writing on the American Transcendentalists 8212 a 8220 club of the like-minded 8221 as

Maryann Cusimano LoveMarch 03, 2008

We can learn a few things from the Irish. No, I’m not talking about the laudable contributions of Irish literature, music, peace in Northern Ireland, their economic miracle or even all the fuss about saving civilization. We can learn from practical and successful Irish approaches to greening t

Faith The Word
Daniel J. HarringtonMarch 03, 2008

The Bible's greatest and most powerful image of hope is that of resurrection.