Joe Roos

Joe Roos is a former publisher of Sojourners.

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Whether for Years or Centuries

by Joe Roos 08-01-1991

25 years with the Starship Enterprise

The IRS: On Our Case

by Joe Roos 05-01-1987

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the U.S. government conducted a well-orchestrated campaign of intimidation and harassment against opponents of the Vietnam War.

Publisher's Memo

by Joe Roos 11-01-1986

Since our beginning 15 years ago, we have always felt a strong sense of family with you, our readers.

High Marks for Billy Graham Crusade

by Joe Roos 08-01-1986

The eight-day crusade, attended by more than 150,000 people and involving 630 churches from Washington, D.C, Maryland, and Virginia, took place in late April and early May. Nearly one-third of those attending came from Washington's black community.

Pulling the Pentagon's Plug

by Joe Roos 03-01-1986

If your 1985 federal tax liability totaled $4,000, nearly half that amount--$1,720--was used to finance current and future military goals.

Listening in on The Church

by Joe Roos 02-01-1986

Government surveillance of faith-based groups in the mid-1980s.

Schemes and Devices

by William J. Davis, SJ, by Joe Roos 02-01-1986

The far-reaching tentacles of the U.S. surveillance network.

'It's Only Just Beginning'

by Joe Roos 12-01-1985

The week between Christmas and New Year's is usually quiet around Sojourners Community.

Kindred Spirits

An interview with Jean Vanier.

Talking with the Tax Man

by Joe Roos 03-01-1985

This was not the first time I had talked with IRS agents about our tax resistance.