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Winter 2011

Contents

Editor’s Note: Welcome to the New Bookman

Review 17 January 2011
book cover Beyond Tolstoy’s Legend: Russia and the Defeat of Napoleon
by William Anthony Hay
Russia Against Napoleon: The True Story of the Campaigns of War and Peace by Dominic Lieven. New York: Viking (2010), 656 pages.
The Classics Revisited 17 January 2011
book cover Five Faces of Death
by James E. Person, Jr.
Love Is Stronger than Death by Peter Kreeft (Ignatius Press, 1992; originally published in 1979), 121 pages.
Editorial 17 January 2011
Welcome to the New Bookman
by Gerald J. Russello
Interview 17 January 2011
Live Where We Are
by Gerald J. Russello
A conversation with John Byron Kuhner.
Review 17 January 2011
book cover Terror and the ‘Market State’
by Mitchell McNaylor
Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-First Century by Philip Bobbitt (New York: A. A. Knopf, 2008) x + 672 pp, $35.00 (cloth).
Review 17 January 2011
book cover Ortega y Gasset’s Metaphysical Cure for Invertebrate Cultures
by Pedro Blas González
The Revolt of the Masses by José Ortega y Gasset. W. W. Norton, [1930] 1994, 192 pages.
Review 17 January 2011
book cover Champion of Faith and Common Sense
by James E. Person Jr.
Defiant Joy: The Remarkable Life & Impact of G. K. Chesterton by Kevin Belmonte. Thomas Nelson, 2011, $16.99, 318 pages
Review 17 January 2011
book cover Rescuing the Past
by Isabel A. Nelson
The Iona Conspiracy by G. L. Gregg. Winged Lion Press, 2010, 432 pp., $18.
Interview 17 January 2011
book cover The Quality of Our Imaginations
by Gerald J. Russello
A conversation with Gary L. Gregg.
Essay 17 January 2011
book cover The Public Responsibilities of Known American Poets
by Eugene Schlanger
Interview 17 January 2011
book cover Democracy’s Immoderate Friends
by Gerald J. Russello
A conversation with Daniel J. Mahoney.
Review 17 January 2011
book cover Significance and Missteps
by Adam Schwartz
Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy: The Making of GKC, 1874–1908 by William Oddie. Oxford University Press (Oxford) ix + 401 pp., $50.00 cloth, $29.95 paper, 2008.
On Essays and Letters 17 January 2011
book cover On What Knowledge Pertains To
by James V. Schall, S.J.
On Essays and Letters

A “conservative character [is] suspicious of doctrinaire alteration, respectful toward history, preferring variety over uniformity, acknowledging a moral order composed of human persons, not of mere political and economic atoms subservient to the state.”

Russell Kirk, A Program for Conservatives, 1954

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