The Call: The Spiritual Realism of Sargent Shriver presents an imagined conversation with the Peace Corps founder that sheds light on the deep motivations that shaped his approach to leadership.
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Spiritualizing Politics without Politicizing Religion
How can we bridge the forces that increasingly divide us? In Spiritualizing Politics without Politicizing Religion, James R. Price and Kenneth R. Melchin argue that the answer lies in re-infusing our civic life with deeper spiritual values.
Spiritualizing Politics Without Politicizing Religion: The Example of Sargent Shriver
By James R. Price and Kenneth R. Melchin

The clash of religion and politics has been a persistent source of polarization in North America. In order to think wisely and constructively about the spiritual dimension of our political life, there is need for an approach that can both maintain the diversity of belief and foster values founded on the principles of religion.
Sarge: The Life and Times of Sargent Shriver
By Scott Stossel

This exhaustively researched, authorized biography depicts Shriver’s connection to the historical events of the 20th century—the Great Depression, World War II, JFK’s assassination, the Cold War, and more. Sarge gives us a complete account of Shriver’s life, as well as thoughtful commentary on the Kennedy family, the Peace Corps, and US and world history.
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Peace requires the simple but powerful recognition that what we have in common as human beings is more important and crucial than what divides us.
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