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Fall 1957

Modern Age

Volume: 1
Number: 2
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.



The Progress of Modern Age
By: Editor
Conservatism and the Creative Spirit
Childless Thought
Social Vivisection
Holy Prosody and Profane
The Spider's Thread (story)
Whispers of Fancy; or, the Meaning of Rasselas
Whitehead Read Afresh

Modern Letters

Matthew Arnold: “The Dandy Isaiah”
Alien in the Rye
Daniel-Rops' Cathedral and Crusade
Drummond's The Kirk and the Continent
Parkin's The Moral Basis of Burke's Political Thought


Commentary on Dr. Morley's “American Republic or American Empire”
A Letter from an American Painter in Paris
By: Editor
Select Correspondence
By: Editor
Editorial Comment on Modern Age
By: Editor
Comments on Robert Dudley French

A Symposium on Religion and Society: Christianity and Our Present Discontents

Editorial Note
By: Editor
Toward a Christian Approach in Judging Economic Systems
Liberalism and Christianity
The Freedom of Man in the Freedom of the Church

Notes from Abroad

Rockets and the Highlands


A Ballade of Villon
Berlin '56
The Legend of King Psapho
Ward Two: Promenade
Willanelle for a Modern Warrior