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From the Archives: Light on Death Row

鈥淚 know that opposing the death penalty will not be easy for U.S. Friends, as the tide of public opinion [鈥

Biography from the 1996 issue: Jan Arriens is an English Quaker of Dutch descent. He studied at Cambridge, spent ten years as a diplomat in the Australian Foreign Service, and has been a freelance translator for the past 17 years.

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Education and Service Projects in Vietnam

The wounds of war do not go away when the fighting stops. Both the physical and emotional wounds persist for [鈥

Marjorie E. Nelson, a member of Athens (Ohio) Meeting, retired at the end of June 2009 after 32 years of teaching medical students at Ohio University. For the past three years she has traveled to Quang Ngai province in Vietnam where she volunteers with Madison Quakers, Inc.

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Seasons and Silence

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Nature as a Mirror of the Spirit

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Living Together at Catoctin: An Interview with Barry Morley

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Together鈥怲ogether: That鈥檚 How We Nurture Each Other

When I asked my 14鈥恲ear鈥恛ld daughter, 鈥淲hat is a functioning Quaker adult?鈥 she looked at me quizzically and responded, 鈥淚 [鈥

Chris DeRoller is a member of Old Chatham (N.Y.) Meeting. She and her husband, Mike Clark, are the youth directors for Powell House, the conference and retreat center for New York Yearly Meeting.

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Books October 2014

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