Table of Contents

Cover Stories

View from the Axis

by Anne Morse

Cover Story | Critics deride the "axis of evil" rhetoric but eyewitnesses know better. In North Korea, evil only begins to describe the everyday horror of life under "Dear…

Cover Stories

Paying a debt to history

by Anne Morse

Cover Story | Norbert Vollertsen has been haunting the Holocaust Museum in Washington. He cannot get over the photographs. "As a German, I feel especially shocked because…

Cover Stories

Bush the road warrior

by Mindy Belz

Cover Story | George W. Bush may have been expecting a warm welcome in South Korea after his strong words against its communist neighbor to the north. South Koreans took to…

In this issue: "View from the Axis," March 9, 2002


A child and a choice

By Tim Graham

National | Cleveland parents take the case for vouchers to the Supreme Court, hoping for a landmark ruling

Silence isn't golden

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Confront culture or accommodate it? Religious broadcasters' dispute raises old questions

New... but improved?

By Chris Stamper

National | Archivists fight copyright extensions, critics fight an ID chip for humans, and IBM speeds up microchips

Politics of fear

By Mindy Belz

International | Facing the most serious challenge yet to his power, Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe is turning to scare tactics

Running & running away

By The Editors

National | Here's a state-by-state look at the parties' recruiting victories-plus some of the big fish that got away ...

Help wanted

By Bob Jones

National | Even with a closely divided House and Senate, both national parties have had trouble recruiting political candidates


The Buzz

By The Editors

DATA ON JOURNALIST VISA MAY HAVE AIDED PEARL'S MURDERERS Tools of an evil trade For reporters a trip to Pakistan begins with a journalist visa, Form-A issued…

Flash Traffic

By Joel C. Rosenberg

Political buzz from Washington


By The Editors

A STORY TO TELL: Currently retired from TV, Pat Summerall says he is spending more time telling his life story, which includes sharing his faith. Columnist…


America is showing a trend away from frivolity. Writer/director Randall Wallace, on the popularity of serious war dramas that don't take a cynical view of…


Terrifying axis

By Joel Belz

It's the response to evil-not its presence-that matters

Credits are due

By Timothy Lamer

It's time to devoucherize the debate over school choice

To bow or not

By Andrée Seu

Respecting opponents or worshipping idols?


Proud to sacriÞce I read with emotion "Paying the price" and "Depth perception" (Feb. 9). As a navy wife whose husband has been deployed 18 out of the last…

Mud bowl

By Marvin Olasky

The state of the faith-based initiative


Hypocritical oath

By Gene Edward Veith

Culture | Doctors replace Hippocrates with a liberal mission statement


By The Editors

Culture | The five best-selling nonfiction hardbacks as measured by placement on four leading lists as of Feb. 11

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