January 1974

Cover Story

I would like to discuss with you the renewal of our faith, perhaps what we might call the ancient faith. At the Advent season we celebrate again the coming of our Lord.
"For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness against the spiritual hosts of wickedness"

Feature

This is the story of a large city, the place of my birth and, I suppose, of my death.
The Christian’s primary responsibility, politically speaking, is to live as a witness to the Truth.

Commentary

One year after the biggest electoral landslide in American history, most Americans would now agree that the present “law and order” administration is the most lawless on record.
Like a lion stalking its prey, Japan and the United States are taking initial steps in the economic exploitation of a newly independent underdeveloped country.
Costa-Gavras’ latest film, “State of Siege,” leveled the serious charge that the United States operated a secret police bomb school.
There is an often spoken adage about capitalism that the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. With the return of capitalism to Chile, this adage is being reconfirmed.

Columns

What I am going to write about is garbage and how to make use of it.

Culture Watch

Popular American mythology holds that power in this society is rooted in the sovereign people. This concept runs through American history.

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