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Sojourners Magazine: July 1977

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An introduction to the gospel.


The church as antagonist or peacemaker.
The struggle of textile workers against brown lung and the industry.
Landless peasants, official terror, and prophetic witness.


Chronicle of disillusion in alternative journalism


President Carter’s energy policy, his first major domestic policy initiative, has received a rocky reception in the Congress.
One of Rosalyn Carter’s goals in her recent trip to Latin America was to improve relations with Brazil's military government.
A rather persistent pattern of criticism has emerged against Sojourners from a group of people suggesting that our commitment to the building of community signals a withdrawal from the world, that we are more concerned with an “alternative lifestyle” than with social justice, and that we are apolitical, or not political enough, or at least not political in the right ways.