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Spring 2005

Modern Age

Volume: 47
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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In Memoriam

In Memoriam: John Attarian (1956–2004)

Essays

The Evolution Versus Religion Controversy: How Two Mystiques Devolved Into Politics
The Marcuse Factor
The Cultural Hostility to Religion
John Greenleaf Whittier's Civil War
Corruption and Innocence in Robert Penn Warren's Fiction
Two Irascible Englishmen: Mr. Waugh and Mr. Orwell

Uncategorized

A Nation in Decline: A Commentary

Book Reviews

A Conservative Historian's Memoir
Forrest Mcdonald, Recovering the Past: A Historian's Memoir
Moral Foundations In Collapse
Christie Davies, The Strange Death of Moral Britian
Neither Greek nor Jew
Rémi Brague, Eccentric Culture: A Theory of Western Civilization
Enhancement Technologies
Carl Elliott, Better Than Well: American Medicine Meets the American Dream
Two of a Kind?
Mark Royden Winchell, “Too Good To Be True”: The Life and Work of Leslie Fiedler; Nicholas Murray, Aldous Huxley; A Biography

Comments

The Essential Guardini
Flannery O'Connor in Her Letters: “A Refugee from Deep Thought”
Malcolm Muggeridge: A Modern Pilgram

Poems

Zoo Keeper's View
By: Rena Lee
Garden

Notes

Index to Volume 46
By: Editor