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Summer 2015 - Digital

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


Using Fear As a Vehicle for Dialogue
Who's Oppressing the Park Avenue Housewives: Their Husbands or the Feminists?
The Pitfalls of Thinking Critically
Rachel Dolezal: The Product of Progress, Social Constructs, and Gender Theory
Do We Live in a Post-Christian Culture?
Check Me on This: The Constitution Isn't Supposed to Define “Family” or “Marriage”
Why the Public School System Isn't Such a Bad Idea
Obsessed with Oppression
Leisure, the Basis of Summer Break
3 Weak Reasons for America's Interventionism
A Plea Regarding “Liberal”
3 Ways the DIY Economy Can Save Our Families–And Our Country
Feminists: Defend the Body, Not the Frankenstein
How a Conservative Worldview Can Make You Happy
Finding Virtue in a Virtue-less Society
Why You Should Stop Using SparkNotes and Do the Reading
Knowers Want to Be Known: Why Myers-Briggs Isn't Just About Self-Knowledge
Is Western Civilization Destroying Other Cultures?
Postmodernism Eats Its Own
Dangerous Dignity
You Can’t Wash the Taint Off “Liberalism”
What Walt Disney and Thomas Aquinas Can Teach Us about Technology
Detachable Collars and Cab Chases: How Whit Stillman's Metropolitan Defends Tradition
Remove a Statue, Remove a Side of History
Are “the People” Inherently Conservative?
On Not Stealing Linguistic Scraps
The Progressive Death of Comedy
What Role Does Charity Have in the Workplace?
10 Things Progressives Owe to Western Civilization
Why Goldwater Ran
“Liberal”—Step One: A Reply to John Zmirak and Charles C.W. Cooke
Conservative? Get Yourself to the Kitchen
Listening to the Professor Isn’t Everything
What Aristotle and Psychiatric Drugs Reveal about the Charleston Shooting
A Foreigner's Perspective on the Confederate Flag
Will America Inevitably “Awake” to Its Need for Religion?
Are European Churches Museums or Ruins?
Culture Is in the Grits
Where to Now? Post-Reagan Conservatism in an Age of Impulse and Amnesia
The Benedict Option Isn't One
Churches and Skyscrapers: Why We Need Both God and Ayn Rand
The Conservative Hero You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
What Best of Enemies Reveals About Political Discourse Today
Oppenheimer's Quick Fix Would Euthanize Churches
Is Your Autonomy Fact or Fiction?
Let Them Eat (Nearly Expired) Cake!
A Lethal Injection of Ideology
The Problem With Being Too “Present”
The Unexpected Conservative: Henry David Thoreau
Are You a Philosopher or a Filing Cabinet?
The New and Improved Law
How Do You Begin Reforming Conservatism?
What Is Democracy?
Conserving the Quiet
Lessons in Bridge-Building with Camille Paglia
The Business Book Every Serious Student Should Read