Table of Contents

Cover Story

God loves a cheerful giver (but Uncle Sam is not so picky)

by Joe Maxwell

Cover Story | The flat tax. The national sales tax. The fairer, simpler tax. One common question, at least in the early stages in the debate over tax reform, is whether the…

In this issue: "Tinkering with the tax code," April 6, 1996

Features

A tough row to hoe

International | The spiritual terrain in Ireland is as rugged as the soil

Terrorism syndrome

By Mindy Belz

International | Londoners battle IRA; Irish MPs just want to do business

The taxpayers' trough

By Cal Thomas

National | Bringing home the bacon: Washington's pork-barrel awards

A do-nothing summit

By Roy Maynard

National | The governors' meeting, phonics battle, and the courts

Unholy matrimony

By Roy Maynard

National | Lawmakers face the gay cultural assault on biblical marriage

Dispatches

Quotables

This is another breakdown in the family unit which only leads, of course, to the dissolution of the Jewish people. -Rabbi STEVEN M. DWORKEN of the Rabbinical…

This Week

Code blue Free-market health care reform is in jeopardy; President Clinton said he would veto a House bill approved 267-151 March 28 because it contains…

Columnists

Impossible publishing formula?

By Joel Belz

Two big reasons WORLD needs to find twice as many subscribers just like you

Thy pleasure be done

A good understanding of the word "will" solves many a biblical mystery

His eyes have seen the folly

By Marvin Olasky

Private charity and challenge or Washington's "suicide on the installment plan"?

Culture

A logical stopping point

By The Editors

Culture | Appeals court draws the line on race-conscious preferences

Books: A thirst for Gerstner

By George Grant

Books | Remembering the great works of the late John Gerstner

Music: Old-fashioned Passion

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Relief from Grammy-winning least common denominators

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