Vol. 124 • October 1997 • No. 18

Correspondence 4
Editorial Nothing scandalous 5
The G O P finds the enemy Republicans have found it difficult to govern by bashing government Now some are whistling a different tune 7
Jr, E J Dionne
Lights! Camera! Tears! 8
Callahan, Sidney
One month A D D How can we make sense of the enormous outpouring of affection for the late Princess Diana? An Englishman takes stock 9
Bergonzi, Bernard
Return of the repressed As Fidel Castro struggles in the post-Communist world, John Paul II is on his way to Havana 10
Olshan, Marc A
AN APPETITE FOR GOD Dorothy Day at 100; an appreciation 12
Jordan, Patrick
L A Confidential Director Curtis Hanson brings off one memorable moment after another 18
Alleva, Richard
Sister Wendy's Story of Painting 19
McConnell, Frank
Miss Besieged Sarajevo The Forgotten Man 20
Murphy, Peter E
Down the Nights and Down the Days 22
Quinn, by Edward L Shaughnessy Peter
The Art of the Impossible 23
Elshtain, by Vaclav Havel Jean Bethke
The Invention of Sodomy in Christian Theology 25
O'Brien, by Mark Jordan Dennis
What Are Freedoms For? 27
McCabe, by John H Garvey David
Autumn is for beginnings: a homily 31
Schloesser, Stephen

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