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Review 6 April 2010
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Review 6 April 2010
The High Achievement of Christopher Dawson
Russell Kirk
A Historian and His Word: a Life of Christopher Dawson, 1889–1970 by Christina Scott. The Dynamic Character of Christian Culture: Essays on Dawsonian Themes edited by Peter J. Cataldo.
On Essays and Letters 5 April 2010
Safer in Minnesota
James V. Schall, S.J.
On Essays and Letters
Review 5 April 2010
R. J. Stove
After the Golden Age: Romantic Pianism and Modern Performance by Kenneth Hamilton. Oxford University Press (New York) 304 pp, $29.95, 2008
Review 5 April 2010
Dignity and the Law
Richard Reinsch
In the Shadow of the Law by Kermit Roosevelt Straus & Giroux (New York) 384 pp, $24.00, 2005
Review 5 April 2010
The Right’s Exit
William Anthony Hay
Conservatism in America: Making Sense of the American Right by Paul Gottfried. Palgrave Macmillan (New York) 189 pp, $48.00, 2007
Essay 5 April 2010
The Story of Carlton Hayes
John Joseph Shanley
Review 5 April 2010
Knowing It All
John C. Chalberg
Journals: 1952–2000 by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., edited by Andrew Schlesinger and Stephen Schlesinger. The Penguin Press (New York) 894 pp., $40.00, 2007
Review 5 April 2010
The End of America as We Know It?
Matthew A. Roberts
Immigration and the American Future by Chilton Williamson, Jr. Chronicles Press 307 pp., 2007
Review 5 April 2010
To Renew and Rebuild Civilization
James E. Person Jr.
Restoring the Meaning of Conservatism: Writings from Modern Age by George A. Panichas. ISI Books (Wilmington, Del.) 350 pp., $18.00 paper, 2008
Review 5 April 2010
The First Thing We Do . . .
Stephen B. Presser
Unrestrained: Judicial Excess and the Mind of the American Lawyer by Robert F. Nagel. Transaction Publishers (New Brunswick, N.J.) 148 pp., $39.95 cloth, 2008
Review 5 April 2010
A Study of Two Masters of English Prose
John P. Rossi
The Same Man: George Orwell & Evelyn Waugh in Love and War by David Lebedoff. Random House (New York) 264 pp., 2008
Review 5 April 2010
The Lesser of Evils: Democratic Capitalism Reconsidered
Glen Austin Sproviero
Democratic Capitalism and Its Discontents by Brian C. Anderson. ISI Books (Wilmington, Del.) 225 pp., $25.00 paper, 2007
Editorial 5 April 2010
Editor’s Note: A New Era for the Bookman

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A spirit of innovation is generally the result of a selfish temper and confined views. People will not look forward to posterity who never look backward to their ancestors.

Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France


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