March 2010
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2010, Issue 201, p7
The article offers various commentaries from previous issues of the publication. In a 1990 article, "The Bad Old Days," Paul Hollander compares the changing strength of liberal public opinion during the defections in the Soviet Union and the 1960s radical movement. In the January 1991 issue, David Novak writes about the need for Christians and Jews to consider philosophical and historical perspectives in developing genuine faith. In the February 2010 issue, James Nuechterlein notes the growing suspicion of conservative Americans towards big government.


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