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Spring 2003

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Spring 2003

Intercollegiate Review

Volume: 38
Number: 2
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The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America.

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Essays

Confucianism: The Conservatism of the East
Russell Kirk and the Conservative Heart
Religious Liberty and the American Founding
Russell Kirk and the Critics
Withered Stumps of Time: The Waste Land and Mythic Disillusion

Reviews

Beyond Therapeutic Democracy, a review of Peter Augustine Lawler’s Aliens in America
The Natural Law Jurisprudence of Russell Hittinger, a review of Hittinger’s The First Grace

Backcover

To protest against the existence of order is to protest against well-being, justice, freedom, and prosperity. Happiness is found in imagi-native affirmation, not in sullen negation. Gratitude is one form of happiness; and anyone who appreciates the legacy of moral and social order which he has inherited in America will feel gratitude. The pursuit of happiness is not altogether vain. One finds happiness in restoring and improving the order of the soul and the order of the republic—not in acts of devastation that make a desert of spirit and of society.

Russell Kirk