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March 5, 2012    |     Volume LXIV, No. 4
ON THE COVER
The Church of Big Government

Very little now stands between the individual and the sovereign, which is why the latter assumes the right to insert himself into every aspect of daily life, including the provisions a Catholic college president makes for his secretary’s IUD.

By Mark Steyn

COVER: Roman Genn

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