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February/March 1995 Vol. XX No. 1

Contributors to this issue

Faith and Politics

The authors describe a commitment to radical activism fueled by Christianity's prophetic tradition.

Prophetic Vision by Jim Wallis
Bridging the Gap by 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

A Strange Discussion by Dennis Altman
Cosmopolitanism and Christianity by Philip L. Quinn
An Empty Morality by Chester A. Janiak
Citizen of the World? by Peter Quinones
National Honor by Larissa V. Brown
True Stoicism by John Caiazza
Speaking of Education by Norman Kelman
Civic Education by Leonard Waks
A Nature More than Human by Mildred F. Reel
Cultural Citizenship by Jane Roland-Martin
Thinking Green by Robert Mallary
Taming Pride by Paul J. Weithman
Cosmopolitan Humility by Bernard Yack
Crude Alternatives by Stephen Nathanson


Where's Woody? Alan A. Stone

With his personal antics intruding on his comic identity, Woody Allen many be losing his touch.


The River (poem) Thomas Swiss

Proud Energy (poem) Brenda Hillman

Cabe's Goat (fiction) Adrian Bond

Books


Inventing Irving Howe by Michael Greenberg

Irving Howe coined the term "New York Intellectual," and then invented a past to complement the role.

The Rosenberg Letters by David Thorburn

Their execution for espionage transformed the Rosenbergs into high symbols of Cold War conflict. Now, a new edition of their letters restores their humanity.

Poetry

Marie Howe: Forbidden Words by Patricia Traxler

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


Non-fiction

Edwin Frank: Charlotte Bronte: A Passionate Life Lyndall Gordon

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

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




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