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November 24, 2000 Cover story:

Save our son
U.S. couple stands by Israel’s most notorious political prisoner
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Coverage of The Schools of the Americas Watch begins on November 18, 2000

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The links below will take you to this week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: Adopting Mordechai

linked button Cover story: Solitary confinement: an American invention

linked button Inside NCR

linked button Starting Point: What is sacred calls us to the unknown

linked button Prisoners, immigrants, the mandatum

linked button Protests and sit-in besiege meeting of U.S. bishops

linked button Democratic bumper stickers raise ire of priest in Arlington

linked button Sister, her order clash over Spiritus Christi role

linked button Dissidents call for accounting at two Phoenix Hispanic churches

linked button Books: World changers

linked button Healing a historical shame

linked button Books: Recalling bittersweet memories of life as a religious

linked button At the Movies: Opening eyes: Films take on racism, family

linked button Robert F. Drinan column: ‘War’ on drugs hysteria, addiction to prisons bring untold harm

linked button Viewpoint: Heartbreaking ruling on conjoined twins

linked button Viewpoint: Ratzinger’s Iesus omits love, the poor

linked button EDITORIAL: Let’s seize opportunity for disarmament

linked button EDITORIAL: History of slaveholding, racism calls for amends

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