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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (October 4, 1996)

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Title Author Type Words
'Are you better off: is the wrong question' (election year question analyzed by Fred Krammer, president of Catholic Charities USA as he speaks at convention) 515
Assessing the delicate balances in postwar, postelection Bosnia. Wirpsa, Leslie Interview 1669
From loved leader to 'two-faced rotter.' (Roderick Wright, Scottish bishop has weekend with one woman and a 15-year-old son with another) Hebblewaite, Margaret 884
Henri Nouwen, a mentor to thousands, dead at 64. Schaeffer, Pamela Obituary 1268
In Mexico, the struggle grows for basics: hunger for beans, tortillas provokes protests, food raids. Ross, John (American tribal leader) 1433
No Vipers in the Vatican. NacEoin, Gary Book Review 575
Nuclear treaty: giant step back from the brink. Editorial 491
Patriarchal world's dim view of feminine attributes: men say they don't approve of softness - not for the really important things of life. But they want their women soft. Chittister, Joan Column 742
Pentagon admits use of torture manuals: training books used for Latin Americans at Ft. Benning school. Jones, Arthur; Vidulich, Dorothy 858
Pope honors King Clovis and mollifies the French. Singles, Donna 1081
Status of Protestants under the sanctuary lamp. Unsworth, Tim Column 1942
Stepping into the unknown in Hong Kong: democracy advocates outline fears, resolves as '97 deadline nears. Jones, Arthur Cover Story 3262
The curious case of the dropped column: Common Ground becomes bone of contention. McBrien, Richard P. Column 783
The last governor: doing what is right. Jones, Arthur Cover Story 995
The Price We Pay: The Case Against Racist Speech, Hate Propaganda and Pornography. Lee, Martin E. Book Review 367
U.S. has stake in Guatemala's ascent to peace. Editorial 1091

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