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New Oxford Notes: July-August 1999

Introduction

Because the itch to editorialize comes over us frequently...

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Happily Unplugged

Email doesn't bring "new energy," but "new fatigue"

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"What? You're Not Depressed?"

Might Jesus put a dent in the shrink business?

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The Dumbbell Feminese Dialect

"Maximum possible fidelity to the sacred Scriptures"?

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Shack-Ups & Shakedowns on Campus

Just who qualifies as a "partner" in a "partnership"?

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Our Sunday Diversity Training

Passion in the pages of Our Sunday Visitor for a change. But about crayons?

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Atheism for Catholics?

Has the NCR become the village atheist?

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These Are Family-Life Experts?

Trustworthy advice for parents who happen upon the "Your Family" page in Time magazine

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