Fall 1964

  • Gibbon’s Fortunes by John N. Morris
  • John Dryden by Jeffrey Hart
  • Liberalism and Neo-Conservatism by Ronald Hamowy
  • Rallying Call for American Conservatives by William Henry Chamberlin
  • Shield for the Citizen by Quentin L. Quade and Thomas J. Bennett
  • The British Election by H. G. Nicholas
  • The New Orthodoxy by Clarence B. Carson
  • The Revolt of the West by Editors


  • A Picaresque Prodigy by J. M. Lalley
  • Case against the Court by George W. Carey
  • History at Firsthand by Henry M. Adams
  • Index to Volume by Editors
  • Keats: Poet or Patient by Garry Wills
  • New Light on Lenin by Robert F. Byrnes
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Prayer and Paradox by C. P. Ives
  • Race and Achievement by F.C.J. McGurk
  • Some New Poetry by Ralph J. Mills, Jr.
  • The Dualistic Answer by Vincent Miller
  • The Long Perspective by Felix Morley
  • The World as Yoknapatawpha by Louis I. Bredvold
  • Tillich the Rationalist by J. V. Langmead Casserley
  • Tradition: Use and Misuse by Stephen Tonsor
  • Verse by John Tagliabue
  • Verse by John Tagliabue


  • Mount Washington by Mauro Senesi

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