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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.
Review 9 September 2007
The Void in Daniel Bell’s Soul
G. Tracy Mehan, III
A Retrospective Review of The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism, Thirty Years Later
Review 8 September 2007
Who Gets it Right? Liberals or Originalists?
Stephen B. Presser
The Myth of Judicial Activism: Making Sense of Supreme Court Decisions by Kermit Roosevelt III. Yale University Press (New Haven and London), 272 pp., $30.00 cloth, 2006.
Review 8 September 2007
On Living in the Present
Steven D. Ealy
Michael Oakeshott on Religion, Aesthetics, and Politics by Elizabeth Campbell Corey. University of Missouri Press (Columbia, Missouri) xi + 253 pp., $39.95, cloth, 2006.
Review 8 September 2007
Faith and Reason, Reconsidered
Adam A. J. DeVille
Christianity and the Soul of the University: Faith as a Foundation for Intellectual Community edited by Douglas Henry and Michael Beaty. Baker Academic (Grand Rapids, Michigan) 192 pp., $24.99 paper, 2006.

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Mere unthinking negative opposition to the current of events, clutching in despair at what we still retain, will not suffice in this age. A conservatism of instinct must be reinforced by a conservatism of thought and imagination.

Russell Kirk

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