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With a challenging foreword by Richard John Neuhaus on Christians as ...
With a challenging foreword by Richard John Neuhaus on Christians as "resident aliens" of any earthly city, the book will interest those who wish to think more closely about the Christian contribution to social questions after the fall of communism, as it explores and critically examines a century of Catholic reflection and argument on human freedom, the just society, and the international order.
|1||In the Beginning: Revum Novarum (1891)||1|
|2||In Praise of Little Platoons: Quadragesimo Anno (1931)||31|
|3||A Teacher Who Learns: Mater et Magistra (1961)||51|
|4||The Human-Rights Revolution: Pacem in Terris (1963)||69|
|5||Modernity and Its Discontents: Gaudium et Spes (1965)||89|
|6||A Special Kind of Liberty: Dignitatis Humanae (1965)||107|
|7||Reforming International Development: Populorum Progressio (1967)||131|
|8||Beyond Economics, Beyond Revolution: Octogesima Adveniens (1971)||149|
|9||Work: The Human Environment: Laborem Exercens (1981)||163|
|10||The Turn Toward Enterprise: Sollicitudo Rei Socialis (1987)||187|
|11||The Virtues of Freedom: Centesimus Annus (1991)||207|
|Index of Names||239|