Spring 1981


  • Henry David Thoreau by Jerry Rodnitzky
  • Leo Strauss by Paul Norton
  • Mircea Eliade by David Levy
  • Natural Law and Historicity by Vigen Guroian
  • The Family Adams by Anne Husted Burleigh
  • The Problem of Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Henry Regnery
  • The Rhetoric of Alexander Hamilton by Forrest McDonald
  • Thunder on the Right, Lightning from the Left by George W. Carey

Reviews

  • A Mystagogical Summa by Joseph Pappin III
  • A Real Warrior by Samuel T. Francis
  • After the Fire by John S. Himelright and Mark S. Clinton
  • Borges Times Two by Noël M. Valis
  • Listen to the Music! by Anthony Kerrigan
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Of Ideology There Is No End by Donald W. Treadgold
  • Spooks and Satan by Nathaniel Weyl
  • The 1980s–Where Do We Go from Here? by Donald J. Senese
  • The Creative Emptiness of Today by Donald Pond
  • The Humaneness of the Market by William H. Peterson
  • The Red Decade Revisited by Gary Bullert
  • The Russian Mystic by Sergei Levitzky
  • The Secret of Things by Henry McDonald

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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