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Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg
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Flash Traffic | Watch for TeamBush to target pornographers in 2003. The White House will pressure the Senate to pass the "Child Obscenity and Pornography Prevention Act,"

Quotables

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Back off or I'll snap. San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds, to reporters after his team lost the World Series. He was asked whether his misplay of a…

Mailbag

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Daschle's bargain Thank you for your expose of Tom Daschle's political history ("Mad Daschle," Oct. 12). As a South Dakota radio news reporter in the 1980s, I…

Books on Chile

By James R. Whelan (Regnery Gateway, 1989), ed. by Christian Larroulet (Instituto Libertad y Desarrollo, Santiago, 1993), Julia Paley (U. of California Press, 2001), Brian Loveman (Oxford U. Press, 2001), Marvin Olasky & Frans H. Kamsteeg (Scarecrow Press, 1998)
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Notable Books | Five books about South America's most hopeful country

In the spotlight

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Authors Patrick Barr-Melej, Judith A. Teichman, and Paul Sigmund have written other notable books on Chile.

By the numbers

By Joel C. Rosenberg
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Web Exclusive | House and Senate snapshots: the latest polling results, obtained exclusively by WORLD

Coleman surging in Minnesota

By Joel C. Rosenberg
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Web Exclusive | Mondale's immediate 7 point lead dwindles to statistical dead heat going into the campaign's final weekend, internal Republican polls show

What role will Protestants play?

By Marvin Olasky
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International | In August 1973, PDC president Patricio Aylwyn, forced out of an easy middling position, came to a crucial realization: He told The Washington Post that if he

Upward mobility without warfare

By Marvin Olasky
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International | In January 1973, Allende imposed the first food rationing in Chilean history, with each family assigned a quota of basic foodstuffs, and the process

Subsidiarity

By Marvin Olasky
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The thinking behind Catholic compassionate conservatism

A poet who rhymes

By Gene Edward Veith
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Culture | President Bush nominates a "New Formalist" to head the National Endowment for the Arts | by Gene Edward Veith

Just keep it simple

By Joel Belz
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Why do liberals have to go and make things so complicated?

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