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Fall 2017 - Intercollegiate Review

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

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10 Essential Books for Rounding Out Your College Education
The Rhetoric of an Excellent Essay
Nationalism: The Conservative Dilemma
Why You Need Poetry
The Benefits of Cultivating Your Friendships Like Spaces
A Student's Guide to Liberal Learning
Licensed to Death: How One Reform Could Empower Americans and Boost Our Economy
Why We Should Study the History of Western Civilization
Read This Before You Ever Debate "Capitalism" Again
In Memoriam: Helen DeVos (1927–2017)
This Is the Purpose of the Liberal Arts
6 Regrettable Mistakes College Freshmen Should Avoid
What Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Gets Wrong—and Right—about Community
Josef Pieper's Guide to Getting Over FOMO
Harvard’s Ban on Social Clubs: Actions Speak Louder than Words
Jack Kerouac and the 3 Beliefs Every Conservative Should Hold
Theodore Roosevelt: The Path to the Presidency
How to Manage Your Time Effectively at College
The New York Times Gets It Wrong about the Right
A Student's Guide to Philosophy
Faith of Our Founders: The Role of Religion in America's Founding
Why You Need to Read Literature
Truth or Propaganda?
"mother!": An Edgy Horror Flick or Just a Horror?
Do Socialism and Communism Create Opportunistic Tyrants Like Stalin?
C.S. Lewis and the Art of Disagreement
What the ACLU Gets Wrong about Separation of Church and State
3 Female Pioneers in American Business
Thanksgiving Proclamation
Why Your Argument Against Big Government Isn’t Working
Heartbreaking News about an ISI Colleague
What to Do When College Disappoints
Blade Runner 2049: A Kafkaesque Journey into a Posthuman World

Arts & Manners

Hugh Hefner and William F. Buckley Jr.: Two Very Different Legacies