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Interview 26 February 2017
book cover On Not Facing the Death of a Civilization
an interview by JP O’Malley
This conversation with translator Will Stone about the prewar celebrity Austrian novelist Stefan Zweig covers the failure of a generation, the death of a culture, and the rise of nationalism.
Essay 26 February 2017
book cover Roy Campbell: A Poet for Our Time?
Matthew M. Robare
Robare looks at the work of poet Roy Campbell on the fiftieth anniversary of his death, exploring why he has been blacklisted by the literary establishment and his fight against the elitist snowflakes of his own time.
Review 23 February 2017
book cover When Science Opens to Faith
David G. Bonagura, Jr.
Particles of Faith: A Catholic Guide to Navigating the Sciences by Stacy A. Trasancos. Ave Maria Press, 2016. Paper, 192 pages, $15.95.
Review 19 February 2017
image From Marxist to Black Conservative
Chidike Okeem
Black and Conservative: The Autobiography of George S. Schuyler by George S. Schuyler. Arlington House, 1966. Hardcover, 362 pages, $5.95.
Review 19 February 2017
book cover Love and the Law Professors
Allen Mendenhall
Law Professors: Three Centuries of Shaping American Law by Stephen B. Presser. West Academic Publishing, 2017. Hardcover, 502 pages, $48.
Review 12 February 2017
book cover H Is for Heritage Rejected
Jason Morgan
H Is for Hawk by Helen MacDonald. Grove Press, Reprint Edition, 2016. Paper, 320 pages, $16.
Review 12 February 2017
book cover Canada as Cradle of Conservatism?
Grant Havers
The North American High Tory Tradition by Ron Dart. Foreword by Jonathan M. Paquette. American Anglican Press, 2016. Paperback, 337 pages, $28.
Editorial 6 February 2017
Editor’s Note: Conservative Thinking on Immigration
Symposium 6 February 2017
image Toward a Conservative Immigration Policy
Yuval Levin
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger
Symposium 6 February 2017
image Of Human Nature and the Obligations of the State
Bruce P. Frohnen
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger
Symposium 6 February 2017
image Universal and Territorial: The American Republic
Peter Augustine Lawler
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger
Symposium 6 February 2017
image We Want Workers, But We Must Form American Citizens
Richard M. Reinsch II
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger
Symposium 6 February 2017
image What Can the Declaration of Independence Teach Us About Immigration?
David Azerrad
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger
Symposium 6 February 2017
image Free Minds, Free Markets, and Free People
Bradley J. Birzer
Symposium: Citizen, Community, and Welcoming the Stranger

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To live with a gnawing grudge against one’s own civilization is the way to a personal Hell, not to a Terrestrial Paradise.

Russell Kirk

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