February 1981

Cover Story

An interview on faith and politics with columnist Gary Wills

Feature

John Howard Griffin's life of empathy
Hope in a world of modest possibilities
Unraveling the strings attached to U.S. foreign aid

Columns

I am an evangelical Christian. The word "evangelical" is a good one. At least, it used to be.
Early Friday morning, October 17,1 got a telephone call: 1301 Fairmont Street, a building I had just begun working in as a tenant organizer, was on fire.
In two well-publicized speeches last December, President Ferdinand Marcos declared that he would soon lift martial law in the Philippines, perhaps by the end of January.

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