Spring 1966


  • Animadversions upon the Doctrine of Natural Law by Eliseo Vivas
  • End of the Road for Twenty Years’ French Theatre by Thomas Molnar
  • Herman Melville’s Reconstruction by Jack Lindeman
  • Letter to an American by Kenneth Paul Shorey
  • The Chinese and the Human Sea by Editors
  • The Immanence of Loss by Thomas E. Connors
  • The Natural Law, Religion, and the Crisis of the Twentieth Century by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen
  • The Place of the Nation by Wilhelm Röpke

Reviews

  • A German Survey by Klaus Epstein
  • Adventures in Wonderland by George A. Panichas
  • An Andean Tragedy by Kenneth Paul Shorey
  • Broken Rods of Empire by J. M. Lalley
  • Christ, Calvin, and Caesar by Jerzy Hauptmann
  • Cracks in the Monolith by Jerzy Hauptmann
  • Directions in Philosophy by Francis G. Wilson
  • Fifty Years After by Mark S. Watson
  • Marxism: Change & Constancy by Thomas Molnar
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • On Torture by Ernest van den Haag
  • Our Man in Moscow by Stefan T. Possony
  • Overture to Our Century by Gabriel Gersh
  • Prologue and Postscripts by Henry M. Adams
  • The Giant Antagonists by Klaus Epstein
  • The Inspired Amateur by Donald Davidson
  • The Rivonia Affair by Allen T. Blount
  • The Sound and the Fury by Francis G. Wilson
  • The Unhonored Prophets by C. P. Ives
  • Verse by Ralph de Toledano

Current Issue

  • John Gray: In Conversation

    by Gene Callahan

  • Sohrab Ahmari vs. Capitalism

    by Allan C. Carlson

  • Ray Bradbury, Sci-Fi Traditionalist

    by Robert Dean Lurie

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