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Summer 2003, Vol. 6, No. 2


Cover Story:

Keeping the Shi'ites Straight

Journalists struggles to grasp the history and politics of Iraqi Shi'ism.
by Roy Parviz Mottahedeh




From the Editor:
St. Francis to the Rescue
by Mark Silk

Masses of Torts
The Catholic crisis enters the thicket of civil litigation, where reporters have trouble following it.
by Marc D. Stern

The Trouble with Missionaries
Franklin Graham follows the flag into Iraq.
by Andrew Walsh

Jihad for Journalists
The media lead the crusade against Sultaana Freeman's veiled driver's license.
Adam Rothstein

The Smart Saga
Obsessing over kidnapping and polygamy in Utah.
by Martha Bradley

Ghosts of New York
Paul Moore's death brings the twilight of New York's Protestant establishment to a close.
by Andrew Walsh

Santorum v. Sodomy
A puff piece launches Rick Santorum down a slippery slope.
by Christine McCarthy McMorris

The Irreverent Eagle
An uppity scout bedevils the Boy Scouts of America.
by Andrew Chase Baker

The Latest Japanese Cult Panic
Japanese society mobilizes to suppress another millennial group.
by Benjamin Dorman

Israel's Tele-Rabbi
A rabbinic populist torments the Israeli media establishment.
by Michele Rosenthal

Letters to the Editor


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