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Review 25 December 2007
Doing Good by Doing Well
Brian Domitrovic
The Pro-Growth Progressive: An Economic Strategy for Shared Prosperity by Gene Sperling. Simon & Schuster (New York), 368 pp., $26.95 cloth, 2005. The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth by Benjamin M. Friedman. Knopf (New York), 592 pp., cloth, 2005; Vintage (New York), 592 pp., $16.95 paper, 2006.
Review 24 December 2007
The Chastened Planner
Gene Callahan
Understanding the Process of Economic Change by Douglass C. North. Princeton University Press (Princeton and Oxford), 187 pp., $10.00 cloth, 2005.
Review 24 December 2007
Tocqueville as Économiste
Samuel Gregg
Alexis de Tocqueville: Textes économiques—Anthologie critique by J. L. Benoît and É. Keslassy. Pocket Agora (Paris) 478pp., EUR 15.00, 2005.
Review 24 December 2007
Order and the Market
Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
The Commercial Society: Foundations and Challenges in a Global Age by Samuel Gregg. Lexington Books (Lanham, Maryland), 190 pp. cloth, $75.00; paper, $18.00, 2007.
Review 24 December 2007
Culture and Commerce
Robert Heineman
The Commercial Society: Foundations and Challenges in a Global Age by Samuel Gregg. Lexington Books (Lanham, Maryland), 190 pp. cloth, $75.00; paper, $18.00, 2007.
Review 24 December 2007
The Traditionalist Moment
Jeremy Beer
Crunchy Cons: How Birkenstocked Burkeans, Gun-Loving Organic Gardeners, Evangelical Free-Range Farmers, Hip Homeschooling Mamas, Right-Wing Nature Lovers, and Their Diverse Tribe of Countercultural Conservatives Plan to Save America (Or At Least the Republican Party) by Rod Dreher. Crown Forum (New York), 272 pp. cloth, $24.00, 2006.
Editorial 13 December 2007
Editor’s Note: About our Web Exclusives
Review 12 December 2007
Man and His Eschatological Destiny
Robert C. Cheeks
Andy Catlett: Early Travels by Wendell Berry. Shoemaker and Hoard (Emeryville, California), 160 pp., $23.00 cloth, 2006.
Editorial 30 November 2007
Editor’s Note: Reassessing Homo Economicus
Review 9 September 2007
Books in Little
The Editors
Essay 9 September 2007
Renee Radell—She Paints Confusion in Search of Order
Russell Kirk
The following article appeared in the Sunday News Magazine (Detroit, Michigan) on February 24, 1974.
Review 9 September 2007
Latin America’s Five Deadly Sins
Michael J. Ard
Liberty for Latin America: How to Undo Five Hundred Years of State Oppression by Alvaro Vargas Llosa. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (New York) 276 pp., $25.00, 2005.
Review 9 September 2007
On Pilgrims and Park Rangers
Kevin J. Doyle
The Right to Be Wrong: Ending the Culture War Over Religion in America by Kevin Seamus Hasson. Encounter Books (New York), 220 pp., $25.95 cloth, 2005.
Review 9 September 2007
Seeking God in Strange Places
Eric Gans
The Truth is Out There: Christian Faith and the Classics of TV Science Fiction by Thomas Bertonneau and Kim Paffenroth. Brazos Press (Grand Rapids, Mich.), 272 pp., $18.99 paper, 2006.

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The twentieth-century conservative is concerned, first of all, with the regeneration of the spirit and character—with the perennial problem of the inner order of the soul, the restoration of the ethical understanding, and the religious sanction upon which any life worth living is founded. This is conservatism at the highest.

Russell Kirk

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