March 2008

The Atlantic - March 2008

Alan Wolfe on our secular future; Eliza Griswold reports on the religious contest for Africa; Lori Gottlieb makes the case for marrying Mr. Good Enough; Christopher Leinberger warns of the suburban slums of tomorrow; James Fallows describes the state of Internet censorship in China; Michael Hirschorn offers digital-age advice to the TV industry; Francis X. Rocca visits Franco's monastery; and much more.

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