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Fall 1999, Vol. 2, No. 3
Why Smash the Falun Gong?
Coverage of Beijings crackdown on an eclectic new religious movement bought into the
by Michael Lestz
From the Editor: The BVM at the BMA
How far should civic institutions go to avoid giving religious offense?
by Mark Silk
Vouchers Move to Center Stage
A federal judges ill-timed and short-lived injunction suspending Clevelands
experimental school voucher program makes vouchers the religion issue most likely to
enliven the 2000 election cycle.
by Andrew Walsh
Jews have long been targeted by violent extremists, but are evangelical Christians now
joining the casualty list?: A spate of violent incidents challenges journalists to
understand the shifting roles of religion in hate crime.
by Dennis R. Hoover
The Kansas Compromise
Journalists were horrified by the Kansas Board of Educations decision to make the
teaching of evolution a local school board option, but the public (and the presidential
candidates) saw it differently.
by William K. Piotrowski
Those Revolting Greeks
The forced resignation of the leader of Americas Greek Orthodox Christians shows the
power of spiritual democracy at the dawn of the Internet Age.
by Andrew Walsh
On the Beat: Covering Israels
With a host of issues pitting the secular against the ultra-Orthodox, religious politics
dominates religion coverage.
by Yoel Cohen
When the imperative to stop discrimination runs up against the right of free association,
editorialists pretend theres only one side to the story.
by Marc Stern
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