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31 January 2006
John Jay: Man of Order, Justice, Freedom
John M. Pafford
John Jay: Founding Father by Walter Stahr. Hambledon & London (London) 482 pp., $29.95 cloth, 2005.

Review

31 January 2006
A Baptist Perspective on Tolkien’s Catholic Evangelism
Robert C. Koons
The Gospel According to Tolkien by Ralph C. Wood Westminster/John Knox Press (Louisville, Kentucky), 169 pp., $14.95 paper, 2003.

Review

31 January 2006
From Welch To Rand: Getting It, Buckley-Style
John C. Chalberg
Getting It Right by William F. Buckley, Jr. Regnery Publishing, (Washington, D.C.) 311 pp., $24.95 cloth, 2003.

Review

31 January 2006
A Call to Contemplatives
Cicero Bruce
The Church and the Land by Fr. Vincent McNabb.IHS Press (Norfolk, Virginia), 195 pp., $14.95 paper, 2003.

Review

31 January 2006
A Musical Century Revisited: The Neo-Romantic Aesthetic from Bloch to Flagello
Thomas F. Bertonneau
Voices in the Wilderness: Six American Neo-Romantic Composers by Walter Simmons. Scarecrow Press (Lanham, Maryland), 419 pp., $60.00 cloth, 2004.

Review

31 January 2006
Spilt Religion: Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials
Craig Bernthal
His Dark Materials (complete trilogy) by Philip Pullman. Alfred A. Knopf (New York City, New York), cloth, 2000.

Review

31 January 2006
America’s Protestant Roots in History and Theory
Jason Ross
Protestantism and the American Founding edited by Michael Zuckert and Thomas Engeman. Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, Indiana) 296 pp., paper, 2004.

Review

31 January 2006
Sowing the Seeds of Liberty
James E. Person, Jr.
Educating for Liberty: The First Half-Century of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute by Lee Edwards. Regnery Publishing (Washington, D.C.), viii + 343 pp., $27.95 cloth, 2003.
Publisher 30 January 2006
Publisher’s Note: Welcome and Farewells
Editorial 1 October 2003
Editor’s Note: A Tribute to Russell Kirk
Editorial 27 March 2003
Editor’s Note: Correcting the Record
Essay 9 October 2000
The Splendor of Dedication
Eugene V. Clark
Editorial 1 July 1997
Editor’s Note: The Decline of the Liberal Imagination

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Imagination it is that shapes society—moral imagination, or idyllic imagination, or diabolic imagination.

Russell Kirk

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