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Spring 2010

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Spring 2010

Modern Age

Volume: 52
Number: 2
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.



The Humanities in Crisis

In Memoriam

George Panichas: Memories of a Friend


The Origins of Social Justice: Taparelli d’Azeglio
Two Treatises on the Acquisition and Use of Power
Why Modern, Liberal, Pluralistic, Secularist Democracies Cannot Educate Themselves
Biotechnology and the Reconstruction of Humanity


“Underdog and Overlord”
By: Paul Lake
“Pindar’s Final Ode”
“St. John Fisher: Bishop and Martyr”
“Wallace Stevens”


Educationist Reactionaries

Book Reviews

Good Fences Cry Wolf: A Political Fable by Paul Lake
Thinking Seriously about Institutions On Thinking Institutionally by Hugh Heclo
Rediscovering the New Critics Praising It New: The Best of the New Criticism, edited by Garrick Davis
Reason Defended? The Suicide of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat to the West by Lee Harris