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Winter 2015 - Digital

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The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America.


On January 30, Remember the King
Is Cinema Art?
College Is Becoming One Bad Idea
How Copyright Terms Cramp Our Creativity and Culture
The Value of Anxiety
Hey, Teacher: Leave Those Words Alone
The Collegiate Marxist: Deceptively Attractive, Cognitively Dissonant
The Virtues of Postmodernity
What Kindle Readers Should Take from Plato
Pushing Back Against APUSH and Leaning on Teachers
The EPA’s Poor Record on Protecting the Environment
2 Films That Thomas Merton and Flannery O'Connor Might Approve
No Room for Offense, No Freedom
4 Reasons Why America Shouldn't Be the World Police
Let Them Eat Cake, Or Else...
Has Cultural Diversity Become the Death Knell for Anyone Who Is Gay?
Is Obama's Immigration Policy Based on Conservative Principles? (Part 2)
Progressivism and Liberalism: A Widening Gap
Human Nature and Two Poles
6 Things You Should Know to Work in Media
Making People Superfluous: Hannah Arendt on Ideology and Totalitarianism
What Max Weber Saw in the Machine of Bureaucracy
How to Love What You Do, Even When You Don't
Why You Should Remember the Forgotten Depression of 1920
7 Quotes for Making a Memorable Christmas Toast
Why Disagreement Is Crucial to a Conservative Identity
Making Money is Patriotic
Why Facebook Isn't Helping Your Friendships
Is Obama's Immigration Policy Based on Conservative Principles? (Part 1)
What a Columnist Is, and How to Be One
The Age of (Mis)Information
The Problem with Privilege
The Book That Deflated Darwin Day
How a Religion Should Respond to Public Ridicule
Liberalism’s Intellectual Bankruptcy
Why You Need to See “Hamilton: The Musical”
When Duty Calls, Leave Dido
Why You Should Vote Third Party
The Foundation of Liberty that LGBT Groups Take for Granted
By: Ben Riggs
In Memoriam: Forrest McDonald (1927–2016)
Is Diversity for Its Own Sake Good for Education?
The Fundamental Precept for Humane Economics
First Comes Duty, Then Comes Love
In Memoriam: Walter Berns (1919–2015) and Harry Jaffa (1918–2015)
Conservatives of a Fashion
By: Oliver Ha
“Getting Interesting” with NPR
Is Obama's Immigration Action Based on Conservative Principles? (Part 3)
Is Being a Liberal Conservative the Best Alternative?
3 Ways to Connect with New People and Build Meaningful Relationships
When Religion Becomes Rational