Table of Contents

Cover Story

First comes reform, then comes marriage

by Tim Graham

Cover Story | TeamBush seeks to upgrade the welfare-reform effort from success in promoting work to new success in promoting two-parent families among the poor

In this issue: "Welfare to work," March 16, 2002

Features

What people want?

By Chris Stamper

National | Ford pushes diesel fuel, the music industry pushes DVDs, and states push for stripped-down Windows

The political recession

By Bob Jones

National | Hard times-loss of membership, diffusion of focus-have plagued religious-right organizations

Dispatches

Quotables

The closest I'll probably ever get to a late-night television career. Attorney General John Ashcroft, on TV star Ed McMahon's introduction of him at a news…

QuickTakes

By The Editors

DISCREDITING CREDIT: Robert Novak found another problem stemming from the Enron debacle: a looming credit crisis. Big banks are leery about lending to one…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington

The Buzz

By The Editors

Al-Qaeda forces shoot captive, and six other Americans die on deadly day No quarter given As the United States launched its most serious ground offensive in…

Columnists

Good guy or bad?

By Joel Belz

The challenge at home highlights the challenge abroad

Seeing is believing

By Andrée Seu

Men are moved by visions, for both good and evil

Mailbag

Warming up I was born in Salt Lake City and raised as a Mormon, but have been a pastor in Utah for 18 years, currently at the Wasatch Evangelical Free Church.

School madness

By Marvin Olasky

Lessons for reformers from the NCAA Tournament

Culture

Bestsellers

By The Editors

Culture | The five best-selling hardback novels as measured by placement on four leading lists as of March 4

Soldiers' stories

By Andrew Coffin

Culture | Two war films focus on valiant men instead of political questions

One of a kind

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Clones are not the same as the originals, after all

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