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Winter 1957-1958

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Winter 1957-1958

Modern Age

Volume: 2
Number: 1
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.

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Essays

The State of the American Mind and Heart
By: Editor
The Word and the Rope
Some Lessons from Swiss Education
The American University and Society
Tensions in American Education
The Technician, the Nice Guy, and the Person

Notes from Abroad

The Tourist's Soviet Russia

Notes

How to Help Modern Age
By: Editor

Verse

Three Students, Bearing Gifts
Wound and the Wounds
The Schoolhouse

Correspondence and Comment

Louis Filler
By: Editor
Dean Terrill
By: Editor
London Times Literary Supplement Editorial
By: Editor

Modern Letters

The Return to Principle: Three Books
The Noble Hart that Harbours Vertuous Thought
The Scattered Limbs of the Poet
Alanbrooke's Memoirs

A Symposium on Intellectuality and Wisdom

Intellectuals, Experts, and the Classless Society
Intellectuals, Catholics, and the Intellectual Life
The Foremost Philosopher of the Age
The Present Impasse of the Idea of Progress
A Footnote on Academic Freedom