Sojourners Magazine: June 1992
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The drug powers are consumerism not gone awry but carried to its deadly conclusion.
The living legacy of Athol Gill, 1937-1992
The door has been opened for the nation to look at itself once more in light of gender issues.
Those working directly with people with AIDS have known the extent of the crisis for years and have desperately tried to focus society's attention on it.
Success of the Earth Summit threatened by U.S. foot-dragging
Economic conversion of the talent and technology in the military sector is a key aspect of reinvesting in the future.
Welfare reform measures appease anxious taxpayers rather than help those in need become more self-sufficient.
Election year at the end of the Cold War
A desire for real-life honesty in the debates
A tribute to James Stokes
Quality and simplicity
"Revolution From the Heart" by Niall O'Brien
Race and "Mississippi Masala"
"Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History" by Anne Firor Scott
Television as a propaganda tool
"The Awakened Heart: Living Beyond Addiction" by Gerald G. May
The NEA debate
Lillian Allen assesses the 'critical condition'
Books that invoke angst about the future
A manual for tearing down racism
Debates in denominations
Along the "murder mile"
Reflections on the Common Lectionary
The debate for women's ordination around the world
Closing nuclear power plants