Neuhaus, Richard John
October 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1993, Issue 36, p60
Offers a look at various issues related to religion and public life as of October 1993. Controversy over the fallacy of moral equivalence during the Cold War; Launch of the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C.; Sponsorship of a Mennonite center of a Bosnia: The Pacifist Crisis meeting.


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