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Cover Story

Attorney Client Privilege

Cover Story | Janet Reno is fond of calling her Justice Department "the people's law firm." But it's beginning to look more like "the president's law firm," with Ms. Reno…

In this issue: "Reno Under Fire," April 26, 1997

Features

Military, missionaries

By Mindy Belz

International | Both are heavily engaged in Zairian and Albanian crises

Prime-time peep show

By Cal Thomas

National | ABC abuses its privilege with homosexual propaganda

Business as unusual: Firms go gay friendly

National | Domestic-partner benefits on the rise in American businesses

Dispatches

This Week

Washington ticket fixers Their snowmobiles broken down, former auto-racing star Bobby Unser and a friend trudged for two days through deep snow and a December…

Reviews

Great books adventure

By George Grant

Books | Three works that demonstrate classic literature still inspires

Repairing governments

By Doug Bandow

Books | Important lessons on the budget, Waco, and foreign policy

No, we can't get along

By Arsenio Orteza

Television | Fox police drama shows that reality is not politically correct

Culture Notes

Culture | Countdown to TV oblivion In what is being touted as the biggest advance in TV technology since color, the Federal Communications Commission has cleared the…

Voices

Not just a job

By Joel Belz

The news business is an adventure

Time to ask why

By Marvin Olasky

True campaign reform means limiting power, not spending

Mailbag

Political naivete The Christian church seems never to have been mindful of political and business ethics or the right use of money and power. Ministers and…

Test-tube teacher

This experiment in learning by default ought to stop

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