People, Apr. 2, 1973

The world is Evangelist Billy Graham's parish. At his insistence the South African government temporarily abrogated its apartheid laws in order to let blacks and whites mix at an international conference in Durban on mission and evangelism. In his keynote address to the 1,500 delegates and observers, Graham last week described the gathering as a watershed: "You will never be the same. South Africa will never be the same." Later, before a Johannesburg rally for 80,000, the sometime White House preacher let off some steam about crime and punishment back home. In an...

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