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Winter 2011

Editor’s Note

Welcome to the New Bookman

Welcome to the new University Bookman! After some significant behind the scenes reworking, the country’s oldest conservative book review is back with a new online presence, continuing our decades-long discussion of the important books and ideas of our age.

The new site features exclusive interviews, reviews, essays, and a look back at the archives in a regular “Best of the Bookman” feature.

Our inaugural postings feature a classic Bookman review from John Lukacs and new items from Jim Person and William Anthony Hay. Check back for our weekly updates of new exclusive content.

Once you have had a look around, please consider supporting the Bookman, which is easy to do by contributing here.

We look forward to continuing the Bookman’s distinguished tradition in defending the Permanent Things.

Gerald J. Russello

Posted: January 30, 2011 in Editor’s Notes.

The conservative believes that the individual is foolish, although the species is wise; therefore, unlike the confident intellectual, he declines to undertake the reconstruction of society and human nature.

Russell Kirk

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In honor of the great historian John Lukacs, who turns ninety in 2014, we are delighted to announce publication of the first e-book from the University Bookman. The Bookman on John Lukacs features essays and reviews by and about Lukacs gathered from fifty years of our archives. This convenient collection of scholarship is available as a Kindle edition from Amazon.com. (15 Feb 2014)

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