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Cover Story

He's left & gone away

by Bob Jones

Cover Story | In the era of Revoltin' Rodman-the flamboyant basketball star known appropriately as "the worm"-the death of Joltin' Joe DiMaggio was big news. Known for…

In this issue: "Joe DiMaggio: In memoriam," March 20, 1999

Features

Laying down the law

By Mindy Belz

International | Russian officials are taking seriously a repressive law against religious minorities, but a few find loopholes

(Editing out) sex sells

National | To the dismay of Hollywood, a Utah video store owner cuts racy scenes out of hit movies

A new kind of revolution

By Lynn Vincent

National | Ex-leftist activist David Horowitz attempts to help conservatives infiltrate the movie industry

Hollywood heroism

By Gene Edward Veith

National | Drama "holds the mirror up to nature"-says newfound movie favorite William Shakespeare in Hamlet-and shows "virtue her own feature, scorn her own image, and…

Dispatches

Quotables

My action was not kind but it was dignified. I was offended as a woman, as a mother and as a Greek citizen. Anastasia Athini, sentenced last week to seven…

News & Reviews

By The Editors

hypocrisy watch Turner: another Schott Ted Turner's reign as the clown prince of tycoons has him in a bases-loaded jam with Major League Baseball. His…

Columnists

Mailbag

Compassion in Paris I just finished reading Marvin Olasky's article about compassionate conservatism ("Fake contrasts," Feb. 20). Another example can be found…

All that glitters

By Janie B. Cheaney

A modern-day gold rush dashes dreams

What Pat must prove

By Joel Belz

Christianity and Americanism share a point Buchanan misses

Designer U

By Marvin Olasky

Do not choose colleges by prestige alone

Culture

Books: The fictional Bonhoeffer

Books | A novel about the martyred theologian shows how Christians and books can be both righteous and sinful

Music: The aging divas of rock

By Arsenio Orteza

Music | Musicians Cher and Deborah Harry hit middle age and still have very little wisdom to offer

Demoralizing the troops

By Chris Stamper

Culture | A Thin Red Line would have been better as enemy propaganda; also, remembering the Atari generation, watching the rise of Disney journalism, bidding farewell…

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