Neuhaus, Richard John
August 1999
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep99, Issue 95, p85
Comments on a critical review received by the book `Appointment in Rome : The Church in America Awakening,' by Fr. Neuhaus. Review essay of the book by Mark and Louise Zwick, editors of `Catholic Worker'; Essay as polemic against neoconservatism; Assertion of Fr. Neuhaus on his views about slave wages and torture; Initiative called `Evangelicals and Catholics Together' featured in Neuhaus' book.


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