New today: The editors on end-of-life counseling, religion and politics do mix, Atticus Finch
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Talk about the end, by the editors. Most Americans say they want to discuss end-of-life treatment with their doctors. Yet few seriously ill patients ever actually do.
Religion and politics do mix, by John M. Buchanan. Our beliefs inform how we live, how we order our priorities, how we spend our time and money, and how we vote. The recent papal encyclical takes this as given.
Atticus and me, by Emily C. Heath. When I heard about Go Set a Watchman's release I was ecstatic. But as it turns out, Atticus Finch is more like the racist uncle no one likes to talk about than the civil rights crusader I once imagined.
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