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Reviewing Books that Build Culture
Deo Volente Labor Proficit

Through the Lens of Civil Society

Addison Del Mastro reviews Tim Carney’s strong contribution to the “How we got Trump” genre.

Things Strange and Admirable

Timothy D. Lusch welcomes Tom Shippey’s revealing look at the Vikings.

The Time That We Are Given

Ashlee Cowles reviews the final posthumous novel of Sally Wright.

Between Rome and ‘Jerusalem and Athens’

Richard M. Reinsch welcomes a book on Catholic engagement with the political philosopher Leo Strauss.

Moral Reasoning in an Acceptable Time

Matt Miller reviews the new Library of America collection of Madeleine L’Engle’s eight “Kairos” novels.

The Importance of Being Iris

Emina Melonic reviews a book on the thought of philosopher-novelist Iris Murdoch.

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