From the hearts of men

November 1988
Essence (Essence);Nov88, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p59
Interviews with numerous men on their feelings and observations about such diverse topics as identity, power, relationships, fatherhood, drugs, the church, and heroes. Edited by P. Johnson


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