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Cover Story

More than a Warlord

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | The SPLA's John Garang has defied military odds, jihad warriors, and the rebel tag long enough to shape a new Sudan

In this issue: "More than a warlord," July 21, 2001

Features

Too big to succeed?

By Chris Stamper

National | U.S. and state governments continue to threaten Microsoft, online grocer burns through $830 million, and companies monitor their workers online

Failure to communicate

By Chris Stamper

National | Hospitals pledge to start admitting mistakes, doctors warn against taking herbal medicines before surgery, and a study links noise and hearing loss

At-risk groups

By Lynn Vincent

National | Court says Catholic Charities isn't a "religious employer," foreign firms cut into U.S. auto makers' sales, and biotech stocks lose their luster

Till death us do part

By Lynn Vincent

National | Terri Schiavo's parents are trying to keep their severely disabled daughter alive, but last week her husband and an appeals court brought her a step closer to…

Murderers' Roe

By Cal Thomas

National | Justice O'Connor seems to care more about the right to life of killers than that of pre-born babies

Pulp nonfiction

By Tim Graham

National | A congressman admits he had an affair with missing intern Chandra Levy, but his troubles grow

Dispatches

Quotables

We demand dignity and respect for the human being. Nicole Pery, a French government official in charge of women's rights, on an official report condemning…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

PRO-LIFE CELL OUT? Some pro-lifers are selling out their convictions by supporting stem-cell research. That's Charles Colson's complaint in a Wilberforce…

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By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

The Buzz

By The Editors

WINE INTO WATER II: WHITE HOUSE WON'T USE ITS RULEMAKING AUTHORITY TO PROTECT FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS' HIRING Army of none Two weeks after cutting a deal in…

Columnists

Little by little

By Joel Belz

Evangelicals are making some progress in public influence

Day's journey

By Marvin Olasky

Canada's conservative leader battles for political survival

Future perfect

By Andrée Seu

Something to aim for, something to be when He returns

Mailbag

Insult to injury After reading the article on C.S. Lewis, I feel ill ("Off with his Head," June 16). Apparently rearranging the original order of the Narnia…

Culture

Bestsellers

By The Editors

Culture | The five best-selling hardback novels as measured by placement on four leading lists as of July 9

The kid is not my son

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Scholars argue that Jefferson didn't father his slave's children

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