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Appropriating the Goods of Reactionary Conservatism

Casey Chalk reviews Michael Warren Davis’s The Reactionary Mind.

A. J. P. Taylor’s History of England

John Rossi looks back at the enduring character of A. J. P. Taylor’s English History

Forgetting the Fifth Horseman

Robert Grant Price looks back at Jane Jacobs’s Dark Age Ahead. According to Jacobs, to vanquish darkness a civilization must constantly reinforce the pillars that support it.

The Authority of Reason

“The odds against reason are long,” Marks admits, but the stakes are high and the goal is worthy.

Toward a Moral Vision of Women’s Rights

Nicole M. King reviews Erika Bachiochi’s The Rights of Women.

Is There a Linear Path to America’s Next Civil War?

Anthony Barr reviews The Age of Entitlement by Christopher Caldwell.

Forgetting the Fifth Horseman

Forgetting the Fifth Horseman

Robert Grant Price looks back at Jane Jacobs’s Dark Age Ahead. According to Jacobs, to vanquish darkness a civilization must constantly reinforce the pillars that support it.

The Beauty of an Integrated Life

The Beauty of an Integrated Life

Gerald lived that fully human life, despite the depredations of our current age. How? By grounding himself in faith, family, and a definite place — the beleaguered New York City of faithful Italian Catholics.

Gerald Russello, Legal Humanist

Gerald Russello, Legal Humanist

Gerald was a rarity in that he energetically lived the Christian virtues he championed. With Josef Pieper, he knew that we are most human when we engage in the humane, and he lived the motto instilled in him by his Jesuit teachers: ad maiorem Dei gloriam. 

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