Summer 1979


  • Christopher Dawson by John R. E. Bliese
  • Eric Voegelin and the End of Our Exploring by Marion Montgomery
  • Ernest Hemingway Read Anew by Milton Birnbaum
  • Our Leaders, They Know; They Read Pamphlets and Books by Mark Graubard
  • Simplicity and Audacity in Reform by Russell Kirk
  • Sir John Fortescue on Organic Politics by Bruce W. Coggin
  • The Legacy of Allen Tate by Robert Drake
  • The Need for Political Philosophy by Thomas Molnar
  • The Spirit of the Founding Fathers by William F. Campbell
  • Turgot and the American Revolution by Jacques M. Wendel

Books

  • “Vous Suffrirez” by Samuel T. Francis
  • G. K. C. by Frederick D. Wilhelmsen
  • Prophets and Heretics by George Anastaplo

Reviews

  • A Commemoration of James Gould Cozzens by Francis X. Duggan
  • Aesthetic Hooliganism by R. D. Stock
  • Bustin’ Loose by George A. Panichas
  • Flat Europeaner by Ian Robinson
  • Generalissimo by Francis Russell
  • In Search of Identity by Ralph de Toledano
  • Medieval History and the Modern Imagination by J. David Hoeveler, Jr.
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Reflective Reminiscing by Milton Birnbaum
  • Reforming Conservatism by Norman R. Phillips
  • Russian Notes in Review: A Notable Feast by Anthony Kerrigan
  • The Berlin Problem by Thomas H. Etzold

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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