February-March 1992

Feature

An introduction to "Sharing the Sojourn"
Sojourners community statement of faith
Serving a network of faith and justice

Commentary

In one of the most unforgettable scenes in Dances With Wolves, tens of thousands of buffalo thunder across the vast plains of the 19th-century American Midwest.
The bells of freedom are ringing loud and long in our nation's capital as the last of the proud patriots accused of aiding the contras have had their good names cleared by the courts.
December 7, 1991, was the anniversary of another tragedy besides the bombing of Pearl Harbor: the beginning of East Timor's crucifixion in 1975.
The war on Brazil's street children
What a homecoming it is! One after the other we have seen hostages held in Lebanon set free.
The crusade against sexual harrassment

Columns

The recession is over--couldn't you tell?
Hunger as a social concern
A recipe for Holden Village
It was, to speak euphemistically, the Deadline from The Underworld.

Culture Watch

Flea markets a home of nostalgia
Rush Limbaugh is radio's populist bully, and he is a willing mouthpiece for the Right's election-year agenda.
Michael Tolkin's odd concoction in The Rapture
The dangers of an American myth
Malcom X before the politics 
Many have given up on inner cities, but not Jeanne Schinto
The telling of the life of Maurice McCrackin
Talk radio is proving itself to be the men's club of the media.

Departments

In case the rush of the holidays prevented you from having time to read our last issue, let me repeat that this new column is devoted to covering the groundswell of creative grassroots activity...
An anniversary poem

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