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February/March 1995

Mixing Faith and Politics: Beyond the Religious Right

“Mixing Faith and Politics: Beyond the Religious Right,” with Jim Wallis and Rosemary Radford RuetherAlso: Michael Greenberg’s “Inventing Irving Howe,” David Thorburn on the Rosenberg letters, Marie Howie on Patricia Traxler’s “Forbidden Words” and more.

Faith and Politics

Prophetic Vision
Jim Wallis

Bridging the Gap
Rosemary Radford Ruether

Poet’s Sampler
Deborah Digges introduces Mairym Cruz-Bernal

More on Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism
More replies to Martha Nussbaum’s defense of a cosmopolitan ideal of world citizenship by Dennis Altman, Philip L. Quinn, Chester A. Janiak, Peter Quinones, Larissa V. Brown, John Caiazza, Norman Kelman, Leonard Waks, Mildred F. Reel, Jane Roland Martin, Robert Mallary, Johan Degenaar, Paul J. Weithman, Bernard Yack, and Stephen Nathanson.

Where’s Woody?
Alan A. Stone

The River
Thomas Swiss

Proud Energy
Brenda Hillman

Cabe’s Goat
Adrian Bond

Inventing Irving Howe
Michael Greenberg

The Rosenberg Letters
David Thorburn

Poetry Reviews

Forbidden Words by Patricia Traxler
Marie Howe

Crossing Borders: Selected Shorter Poems by Peter Dale Scott
Joshua Weiner

Nonfiction Reviews

Charlotte Bronte: A Passionate Life by Lyndall Gordon
Edwin Frank

Exiled in Paris: Richard Wright, James Baldwin, Samuel Beckett, and Others on the Left Bank by James Campbell
Lee Smith

Between Friends: The Correspondence of Hannah Arendt and Mary McCarthy, 1949-1975 edited by Carol Brightman
Wendy Smith

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