Table of Contents

Cover Story

Marx lives

by Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Socialism in America still attracts some among the counterculturally audacious or embittered

In this issue: "Marx isn't dead," July 19, 2003

Features

Anglican altercation

By Edward E. Plowman

National | Facing a worldwide revolt, the archbishop of Canterbury withdraws the appointment of a homosexual bishop

Change of hearts

National | Studies show that a faith-based prison program, though under legal attack by liberals, is changing prisoners' lives

Deadly wages

International | Are Nicaragua's sugar cane workers, who pick sugar that makes its way to the United States, being poisoned by their employer?

Dispatches

Quotables

Cash is king right now. Career consultant Valerie Frederickson of Menlo Park, Calif., in The Wall Street Journal, on Microsoft's shift away from stock options…

BLOGWATCH

By The Editors

buzz from online journals of politics & culture

Quick Takes

Placing Betts When escaped Pennsylvania prisoner Shane Betts tried to check into a Harrisburg Comfort Inn last week, the only Identification he had was his…

TOP NEWS

By The Editors

1 freedom summer? Hong Kong officials announced they would postpone a vote on national security laws after half a million people poured into downtown streets…

Bono on Bush

By Mindy Belz

In an interview, the liberal rock star defends the president's AIDS policy

Ruing a Roe-like ruling

By Bob Jones

Aftershocks from the Supreme Court's sodomy decision may continue for decades

Columnists

Line in the sand

By Joel Belz

Pro-family voters cannot compromise on homosexual marriage

Fuel for feminism

By Marvin Olasky

To limit today's blazes, try a little tenderness

Natural knowledge

By J. Budziszewski

Even pagans understand God's requirements

Mailbag

Full immersion Whether describing South America or, as in the last issue, Asia ("Focus on Asia," June 14), your special reports transport me to the region on…

Culture

Blonde's ambition

By Andrew Coffin

Culture | Legally Blonde 2 is a lightweight comedy and a summer hit, but it's also surprisingly subversive

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