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1984 March

Letters to the Editor: March 1984

Opus Dei Against the Family?... Small Comforts... Democratic Socialism’s Failure... Social Issues... Intellectual Vacuum... For Christmas Glitter... Religion & Politics... Icons Wanted... No Ecclesiastical Slant... Presbyterian Encouragement... Me Against The World

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A Christian View of Economic Virtue

PRIVATE PROPERTY, SÍ; THE FREE MARKET, NO

Stuart Gudowitz

Let us consider the relationship of capital to labor, and the free-market principle that competition should be the governing factor of the economic or­der.

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The Treatment of Handicapped Infants

A DECADE OF DETERIORATION

Gregory F. Aloia

Wide-scale prenatal screening procedures brought about a “free-fire zone” on the defective child throughout all three stages of gestation.

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On Homosexuality

HARVARD DIARY

Robert Coles

We owe each other tact, discretion, the right of individuality — and a consideration of what kind of public values, what kind of larger so­cial and cultural scene, we want.

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Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited

CHRISTIAN CLASSICS REVISITED

James J. Thompson Jr.

Waugh never attempted to palliate his sins or weasel out of their consequences; he believed in the fallen state of man because he clearly discerned his own bent nature.

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Failed Exposé

Juli Loesch

The author proves that rich fundamentalists give to fundamentalism, and rich Rightists give to the Right. A real eye-opener, for sure.

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Briefly Reviewed: March 1984

The Miracle of Theism: Arguments for and against the Existence of God... Angels, Apes, & Men... Troubadour for the Lord: The Story of John Michael Talbot

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