Contents, Volume 13 #5
The basic assumptions behind
western-inspired plans for
the Third World are being
Having lost so much to achieve affluence, can we really say we are developed?
Douglas McCarthy SJ (p. 2)
A Development Worker's Second Thoughts
It took us a long and bitter time to question whether societies really evolve from "underdeveloped" to "developed."
Majid Rahnema (p. 6)
Economic Development's New Partners
A Canadian Jesuit finds broad support for the view that culture and spirituality are important.
An interview with Bill Ryan SJ (p. 9)
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Women Now Face a Broader Struggle
Seeing culture and religion as crucial to development means including structures and values that in many societies have been oppressive to women.
Agnes Abuom (p. 14)
Moving Forward by Small Steps
Four stories from the frontlines.
Native Cakes and Sewing Machines. Salvacion M. Bulatao (p. 16)
Visible Women and Frontline Workers. Gretchen Roedde (p. 17)
Collecting Mists from the Earth. Robert Schemenauer (p. 19)
Grain Banks and Edible Tomatoes. Jacqueline and Roger Cousin (p. 20)
St. José de Anchieta
Sixteenth-century Jesuit missionary saved lives and cultures, but he may have been after the wrong souls.
Martin Royackers SJ (p. 21)
Abortion, Conscience and Democracy
By Mark R. MacGuigan. Two views
Logic Based on Bad Biology
Reviewed by Michael Power (p. 23)
A Breath of Fresh Air
Reviewed by Ann Keating (p. 25)
Far-off Germany and creatures of iron. (p. 4)
Picasso's poems, Klee's walking partner and Kepler's ravings. (p. 5)
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The Lord's song in a strange land. Tissa Jehoratnam (p. 22)
Compass Cryptic by Margaret Visser
Saint Albert the Less, Lear unhinged and garbled Jesuit fax. (p. 27)
Christ's name is part of who we are. Isidore H. Gorski (p. 28)
Paul Martin's budget portends mean-spirited balkanization. Jerald Owczar (p. 29)
Both regional and individual inequities must be addressed. Stephanie Baker Collins (p. 30)
Distractions by Martin Royackers
Spirit, bring me down in private. (p. 31)
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