Fiscal fundamentalists

"Fiscal fundamentalists" Continued...

Issue: "Illegal siblings project," Feb. 2, 2002

But we live in an age where we prefer fundamentalist lists-which government entities seem all too ready to provide when we ask for them. The lists do have this advantage: They save us the bother of having to get all this stuff stashed away down deep in our hearts and souls.

Joel Belz
Joel Belz

Joel, WORLD's founder, writes a regular column for the magazine and contributes commentaries for The World and Everything in It. He is also the author of Consider These Things.


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