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Spring 1958

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Spring 1958

Modern Age

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

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Essays

Can Conservatives be Saved
By: Editor
Claims to Antarctica

Modern Letters

History and the God of the Second Chance
Christian Schooling
Condemned to Some Hope: R. P. Warren and the Uses of History

Correspondence

David McCord Wright
By: Editor
Murray N. Rothbard
By: Editor
Francis Graham Wilson
By: Editor
Derek Stanford
By: Editor

Verse

The Scissors Grinder
Ukiyoe: The Floating World
Lines in Edinburgh
Some Men A Forward Motion Love

Brief Observations

Utopia Limited

The Condition of Europe: Four Views

Cultural Debris: Two Conferences and the Future of Our Civilization
Political Enthusiasm and Economic Sense: Some Comments on European Economic Integration
Revolution, Crime, and Sin in the Catholic World
Archbishop Reinis in the Prison of Vladimir

Two Views of America

American Loneliness and its Remedies
Quo Vadis, America?

A Symposium on American Diplomacy

Democracy and American Foreign Policy
Dale Carnegie and American Diplomacy
The End of the Old America
The Case of Milovan Djilas