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New Oxford Notes: June 2004

"For Fear of the Jews" (If Only)

Bishop Patrick McGrath is not fit to be a bishop.

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It Ain't Broke, But Let's Fix It Anyhow

Crisis magazine stoops to the Bait and Switch, a tried and true tactic of used-car dealers.

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An Ex-Lutheran Still in Recovery

We do hope that Fr. Neuhaus will fully recover from his Lutheranism.

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A Morally Squalid Man Besotted With Ideology?

Honest-to-goodness Communists are not all alike.

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