Spring 1971

  • America’s Deteriorating Defense Posture by Anthony Harrigan
  • Apollo and Prometheus on History by Bruce M. Fingerhut
  • Holderlin and the Modern Sensibility by Stephen Tonsor
  • Philosophical Foundations of the American Political Right by Donald Atwell Zoll
  • Reason, Neutrality and the Free Market by Gary North
  • Royal Bavarian by Max Rheinstein
  • The Businessman and the Politician by Arthur Shenfield
  • Varieties of Conservative Experience by M. Stanton Evans


  • A Giant in Lilliput by Arthur Shenfield
  • A Man of the Century by Henry M. Adams
  • African Mythomania by Nathaniel Weyl
  • An Artless Conscience by C. P. Ives
  • Economics and Freedom by H. George Resch
  • Mission Unfulfilled by Henry M. Adams
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Roots of Conservatism by Jere Real
  • Saint of the Churchless by George A. Panichas
  • The Chinese Nation by Helen Ku
  • The Embattled Mr. Nixon by Francis G. Wilson
  • The Ill-destined Voyage by James E. Dornan, Jr.
  • The Topography of Genius by J. M. Lalley
  • What the Blacks Want by Dennis R. Nolan

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