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The Common Mind by Andre Gushurst-Moore A hallmark of the current age is the ease with which it embraces any number of rival moral narratives in the name of “open-mindedness” or “diversity.” Indeed,...
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Liberty or Equality by Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn In Liberty or Equality, Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn first examines the historical and current meanings of both democracy and liberalism, demonstrating why the two do not necessarily coincide. He...
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Liberty, the God That Failed by Christopher Ferrara What has gone wrong with the grand American experiment in “ordered liberty”? The liberal’s answer is that America has failed to live up to its...
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Against Inclusiveness by James Kalb Diversity. Inclusiveness. Equality.—ubiquitous words in 21st-century American political and social life. But how do those who police the limits of acceptable discourse employ these as verbal weapons to browbeat...
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Thoughts and Adventures, by Winston S. Churchill This material progress, in itself so splendid, does not meet any of the real needs of the human race…. No material progress, even though it takes shapes we...
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In Pursuit: Of Happiness and Good Government by Charles Murray Featured Book: The crux of Murray’s argument is that in order to be happy, individuals must be members of communities. Through an unerring use of...
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Sanctifying the World: The Augustinian Life and Mind of Christopher Dawson, by Bradley J. Birzer Featured Book: Since religion is the heart of culture, Dawson wrote, then “religion is the key to history;”...

Featured Book: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization by Anthony Esolen Christianity. Judaism. Dead white males. Old-fashioned morality. The traditional family. Tradition itself. These are the bêtes noires of the elites.They are the pillars of...
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Featured Book: The Quest For Community, by Robert Nisbet, ranks high among the foundational works of post-war American conservatism. In it, Nisbet argued that the emergence of the “centralized territorial State” in the wake of the Middle...
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Featured Book: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. For all bibliovores, regardless of age, this book is for you. It is beautiful in form and content, it is good in form and content, and it is true...
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 Homeric Moments: Clues to Delight in Reading the Odyssey and the Iliad Featured Book: Reading Homer's poems is one of the purest, most inexhaustible pleasures life has to offer–a secret somewhat too well kept in...
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Ideas Have Consequences by Richard Weaver Ideas Have Consequences contributed significantly to the philosophical coherence of contemporary conservatism. Frank Meyer went so far as to say that “the publication of Ideas...
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Book of the Day: Hailed as “the guide to capitalism when it first appeared in 1981, Wealth & Poverty is one of the most famous economics books of modern times. In it Mr. George F. Gilder argues that...
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In Forgotten Conservatives in American History Brion McClanahan and Clyde Wilson trace conservatism from the country's beginnings, and discuss central conservative principles of sound money, light taxes, low debt, states' rights, and decentralization.  Grover Cleveland, the last conservative...