Sojourners Magazine: August 1993
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As this is written we're surrounded by 1968. It seems to be the 25th anniversary of everything--from the assassinations and the riots to the White Album.
IT HAPPENS A LOT. As I read Sojourners, I am overtaken by a sense of what's right for my life.
What Attorney General Janet Reno did not say to the F.B.I concerning their plans
IN REGARD TO Jim Wallis' piece on "Giving Religion a Bad Name" ("On The Way," May 1993): God forbid the terrible, terrible tragedy and loss of life of innocents [in Waco].
I APPRECIATED Julie Polter's editorial, "Who Speaks for Family Values?" (June 1993).
Decision making and authority go hand in hand for communities. The style of authority accepted by the group dictates the way decisions will happen.
Chief Raymond Yowell of the Western Shoshone National Council has called on President Clinton not to resume nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site
I AM HAPPY to see the excellent article ("Between The Lines," May 1993) about Mordechai Vanunu, the whistle-blower on Israel's nuclear arsenal -- which existed under "a conspiracy of silence" till
Greenpeace activists in California blocked loading operations this spring at a dock holding recycled plastic waste bound for Southeast Asia
AS A JEWISH longtime Sojourners subscriber, I would like to comment on Wes Howard-Brook's article, "Undermining the Power of the Law," in your May 1993 issue.
I HAVE ENJOYED your new feature "Sharing the Sojourn." However, I wish you would consider including addresses of the various individuals and organizations listed.
If you are convicted of substance abuse, your race and class have a lot to do with whether you'll be sent to prison
AS FANS OF BOB DYLAN, we read with interest Karen Lattea's review of Good As I Been to You in the May issue ("Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan: Unabashed").