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Summer 2004

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Summer 2004

Modern Age

Volume: 46
Number: 3
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.

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Essays

Origins and End of the New World Order
Nikolai Berdiaev and Spiritual Freedom: A Reconsideration
Ortega y Gasset's “Revolt” and the Problem of Mass Rule
The Alienated Moralist in An Enemy of the People
Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway: “A Well of tears”
Thomas Carper: Miniaturist of the Grand Scale

Book Reviews

Acton's Political Trajectory
Rocco Pezzimenti, The Political Thought of Lord Acton: The English Catholics in the Nineteenth Century
Creating Meaningful Cities
David Mayernik, Timeless Cities: An Architect's Reflections on Renaissance Italy
Suggestions of Brilliance
Rogar Scruton, The Meaning of Conservatism
Making Kids Feel Good
Maureen Stout, The Feel-Good Curriculum: The Dumbing Down of America's Kids in the Name of Self-Esteem

Comments

A Stroll With Albert Jay Nock
Nathan Marsh Pusey: An Appreciation

Poems

The Birds at Dawn
The Long Drink