A genuine third way

Charles Krauthammer on the power of Pope John Paul II’s faith.
During the papacy of John Paul II, we heard much chatter about a “third way” in politics — an approach that would be neither that of the left nor the right. The third way usually amounted to a socialism (and latter a liberalism) sufficiently toned-down to provide the hope of obtaining majority approval. John Paul II, by contrast, offered a genuine third way. Yet, because his vision was religiously and morally based, those who chatter about these things never seemed to notice it.

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