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What Hath Faith Wrought? - Faith and Law: How Religious Traditions from Calvinism to Islam View American Law. By Robert F. Cochran. New York University Press2008. Pp.299. $25.00. ISBN: 0-814-71673-3.

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1. On Stringfellow's influence on Christian lawyering, see Radical Christian and Exemplary Lawyer: Honoring William Stringfellow (McThenia, Andrew W. Jr. ed., Eerdmans Publg. Co. 1995)Google Scholar. A bibliography of Stringfellow's many works is found in A Keeper of the Word: Selected Writings of William Stringfellow 416426 (Kellermann, Bill Wylie ed., Eerdmans Publg. Co. 1994)Google Scholar.

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8. See Daniel J. Wakin & Julia Preston, Pope Speaks Up for Immigrants, Touching a Nerve, http://www.nytimesxom/2008/04/20/us/20catholics.html?_r=l&pagewanted=l&fta=y&oref=slog in (last accessed Sept. 22, 2008) (noting statements of Benedict supportive of immigrants which “pointedly avoiding any specifics of the American immigration debate, like the issue of whether to grant legal status to illegal immigrants”).

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