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John Hittinger Professor of Philosophy, University of St. Thomas, Houston
  • Pope John Paul II on Religious Liberty and Respect for Conscience
  • Maritain and Simon on the Thomistic Argument for Limited Government
  • Kirk and Kolnai on the Meaning of Conservativism
James Kalb Attorney and Independent Scholar
  • God in the Liberal State
  • Liberalism's Self-Demolition
  • After Liberalism: Toward Reconstruction
Paul Kengor Professor of Political Science, Grove City College
  • What Is a Reagan Conservative?
  • Dupes: How America's Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century
  • The Crusader: Ronald Reagan & the Fall of Communism
Stephen Krason Professor and Director of the Political Science Program, Franciscan University
  • The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: What Has Happened to the Political Order Established by the Founders?
  • The First Amendment: Free Speech, Religion, and the Reach of Government Regulation
  • What Does Catholic Social Teaching Have to Offer America?
Daniel Lowenstein Director, UCLA Center for the Liberal Arts and Free Institutions
  • Law and Mercy in "The Merchant of Venice";
  • Sex, Chastity, Marriage, Justice, Mercy, Corruption: Is "Measure for Measure" a Comedy?
  • What's the Point of an Undergraduate Education? The Case for the Traditional Liberal Arts
Richard Lowry Editor, National Review
  • What is American Exceptionalism? Why Does It Matter?
  • 2012 and Beyond
  • The Case for Conservatism
Ted McAllister Edward L. Gaylord Chair, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Pepperdine University
  • The Problem of History in America
  • Is Conservatism Possible in Liberal America?
  • Modern America and the Crisis of Authority
Daniel McCarthy Editor, The American Conservative
  • Liberty, Order, or Fusionism? The Conservative-Libertarian Debate
  • Red Toryism vs. Liberal Empire: America's Exceptional Dilemma
  • The Case for Conservative Modernism: From Burke and Hume to Today
Wilfred McClay Dr. McClay is the G. T. and Libby Blankenship Chair in the History of Liberty at the University of Oklahoma
  • The Persistence of Guilt in the Modern World
  • Why Place Matters
  • Tocqueville's Dilemma....and Ours
Susan McWilliams Associate Professor, Pomona College
  • Redeeming Democracy in America
  • What Happened to the Obama Generation?
  • On Hookup Culture