Summer–Fall 1986


  • A Prophet Without Honor by Henry Regnery
  • Artists at Home by M. E. Bradford
  • Bentham’s Jurisprudence Revisited by N. P. Sil
  • Choices in War and Peace by Frank Mocha
  • Hero-Worship in Retrospect by Editors
  • In Memoriam by Samuel T. Francis and Robert Drake
  • Roosevelt and Stalin (II) by Robert Nisbet
  • The Wisdom of William Ellery Channing by Hyatt H. Waggoner
  • Thomas Carlyle by Bryce J. Christensen
  • Trotsky and the Role of the Individual in History by Joseph Nedava
  • Why Edmund Burke Is Studied by Russell Kirk

Poems

  • Arma Virumque Cano by David Swickard
  • Canterbury Cathedral: The Face of Summer by Christian Niemeyer
  • In Saarinen’s Lake by Joseph Langland

Reviews and Comments

  • Andropov’s Last Tape by Hereward Senior
  • Antinomianism and Honor by Grant Morrison
  • Aristocrat of the People by Kevin G. Long
  • Boundless Philosophy by Hugh Mercer Curtler
  • Confession as Criticism by Ewa M. Thompson
  • Education as Political Indoctrination by Robert Paul Roth
  • Flannery O’Connor and Friends by John F. Desmond
  • From Nicholas Nickleby to Martin Chuzzlewit by L.R. Leavis
  • India Through Glass by Larry Williams
  • Looking Backward by George McKenna
  • Making Meaning in Relation to Others by Thomas D. Eisele
  • Notes on Contributors by Editors
  • Playing Games by A. Owen Aldridge
  • Possibilities of Salvation by Mary Luetkemeyer
  • Pragmatism as Public Philosophy by Timothy V. Kaufman-Osborn
  • Re-Enter the Spirit of Socrates by Dante Germino
  • Rethinking the Canon by Noël M. Valis
  • The Ambivalences and Ambiguities of Lionel Trilling by Milton Birnbaum
  • The Proper Functions of Government by Stephen J. Sniegoski
  • Willmoore Kendall’s Battle Line Metaphor by George W. Carey

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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