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Winter 2009

Modern Age

Volume: 51
Number: 1
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.



Mass, Class, and Audience
Karen Blixen and the Apocalypse of Man
Divine Law and the Modern Project


Conservatism in Winter

Remi Brague's The Law of God: A Symposium

Reason, Revelation, and American Theocracy
Law and Counsel
The Logos in Western Thought
The Politics of Nuclear Power


On a Sculpture by Herbert Matthews


Of Ideas and Politics


Evolution Without Tears The Evolution Controversy: A Survey of Competing Theories by Thomas B. Fowler and Daniel Kuebler
A Definitive Burke Edmund Burke. Vol. II: 1784-1797 by F.P. Lock
By: Ian Crowe
“Necessary For These Times” The Homilies Appointed To Be Read in Churches, revised and introduced by Ian Robinson
The Disappearance of ConstitutionalismThe Age of Strict Construction: A History of the Growth of Federal Power, 1789-1861 by Peter Zavodnyik
Ah, Wilderness Sibelius by Andrew Barnett
Who Are These People? Why I Turned Right: Leading Baby Boom Conservatives Chronicle Their Political Journeys, edited by Mary Eberstadt


Days Like Wine