Magazine Dispute Reflects Rift on U.S. Right

March 2010
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2010, Issue 201, p49
The section presents several photographs which highlight the launching of "First Things" magazine in 1990 including pictures of Richard John Neuhaus, James Nuechterlein, and David P. Goldman and Mary Rose Rybak at the publication's editorial office in New York.


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