Table of Contents

Cover Stories

Turnout burnout

Turnout burnout

by Joel Belz & Lynn Vincent

Cover Story | As Terri Schiavo's life ebbed, an expected army of pro-life foot soldiers turned up AWOL

Cover Stories

At death's door

by Lynn Vincent

Cover Story Sidebar | On March 23, 2004, William and Kay McClanahan celebrated their 30th anniversary by reenacting their first date: They ate pizza and worked crossword puzzles.

Cover Stories

'No sense of humanity'

by The Editors

Cover Story Sidebar | If anybody outside the Pinellas Park hospice seemed less like a "protester" than all the others, it had to be Bob Schindler, Terri Schiavo's father. Consumed…

In this issue: "Schiavo’s fight for life," April 2, 2005

Features

Trail of tears

By Jamie Dean

Shooting | Red Lake pastor prepares for yet another funeral at a deeply troubled reservation

Spectator to genocide

Spectator to genocide

By Priya Abraham

Sudan | U.S. Marine captain starts out with African monitoring force in Darfur, and ends up mapping crimes in progress

Halfway covenant

By Edward E. Plowman

Religion | ECUSA bishops again express regret without repentance

'Something is terribly, terribly wrong'

'Something is terribly, terribly wrong'

By Marvin Olasky

Interview | Scholar and author Victor Davis Hanson on the seeming insanity of U.S. immigration and assimilation practices

Dispatches

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Hide and seek An annoying bit of help may be on the way for those who have difficulty waking up in the morning. New Scientist magazine reports that scientists…

Quotables

By The Editors

"Welcome to life in Texas City." Texas City, Texas, resident Marion Taylor after an explosion at an oil refinery killed at least 15 people. Texas City was the…

The Buzz

By The Editors

Terri Schiavo A week that began with Congress in overnight weekend sessions and a president hauled from vacation to sign legislation at 2 a.m. ended with the…

Payback time?

Payback time?

By Hugh Hewitt

Widespread anger over increasingly imperial courts is fueling demands for political action to check this very un-American trend toward unchecked judicial…

Notebook

Breaking up

By Dan Perkins

Business | Viacom's CEO wants to break his media company into two entities to increase profit margins

Major League Baseball grounds out

By John Dawson

Sports | When it came to dealing with the problem of steroids, legislators say baseball swung and missed

Fair for all

By Chris Stamper

Technology | For Japan, Aichi Expo 2005 is a chance to show off the country's industrial and technological prowess

Voices

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

Tough minds, warm hearts

Tough minds, warm hearts

By Marvin Olasky

At WORLD, we try to be biblically directed citizens of both God's Israel and man's America

A Solomonic decision

By Joel Belz

Any of a number of judges could have kept the Terri Schiavo case from becoming so complex

Free radicals

Free radicals

By Gene Edward Veith

Some types of speech are freer than others on U.S. campuses

Philadelphia story

Philadelphia story

By Andrée Seu

Reporters miss a shocking scandal in the City of Brotherly Love

Culture

Bestselling books

By The Editors

Notable Books | The five bestselling hardback novels as of March 21

The Upside of Anger

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | The terrible results of sin seep into every part of the characters' painful lives

Ice Princess

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Enjoyably lightweight and occasionally stirring, Ice Princess escapes the obnoxious, teen comedy

Mystery!

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Mystery stories, by their very nature, embody a biblical worldview with original sin, objective truth and final judgment

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