Back in the 1970s I sat in a church pew listening to an Anglican priest tell about being arrested for his resistance to apartheid in South Africa and his conviction that people's prayers had led to his release. The power of prayer to uphold and defend human rights—it's a message that still rings true and works wonders, as the writers in this month's Frontlines make clear.
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