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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, and Alan Stone looks for Woody Allen's lost pulse. Plus fiction, poetry, Marie Howie on Patricia Traxler's "Forbidden Words" and much more.

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