Spring 1983


  • Imagination and the Violent Assault upon Virtue by Marion Montgomery
  • Paul Ricoeur by David Levy
  • Reason and Tradition by Frederick L. Will
  • Science and the New Gnosticism by Thomas Molnar
  • The Last Esthete by Philip Brantingham
  • The Political Economy of the Southern Agrarian Tradition by Andrew W. Foshee
  • The Value-Centered Historicism of Edmund Burke by Joseph F. Baldacchino Jr.

Essays

Reviews

  • Andrew Jackson, First Reform President by Harriet C. Owsley
  • Another Life of Salem’s Genius by Richard B. Hovey
  • Dis-Composed Waugh by John Russell
  • Few Roses in Athens by Martin Ebon
  • Keynes is Dead! Long Live…? by Frank Petrella
  • Likewise, No Doubt by Robert H. Brophy III
  • Lord Denning on Due Process by Arthur Shenfield
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Tedium by Thomas Molnar
  • The Bismarck Era by Klaus P. Fischer
  • The Pen and the Brush by Raymond Thorberg
  • The Trouble with Socialism by Anthony Trawick Bouscaren
  • The Vegetarian’s Bloody Utopia by T. John Jamieson
  • Valuable Perspectives by Janos Radvanyi

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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