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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
Family circles—wider and stronger
The electronic age has brought a lot of people we've never met before into our living rooms. In the past these people might have been casually considered by many to be "foreigners." But something within us is resisting that old label.
When the television camera moves in closer, the needs, the longings, the love for young ones, look so much like what we see closer to home. We find we are responding not to foreigners but to long-lost brothers and sisters.
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