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Fall/Winter 2005

Intercollegiate Review

Volume: 40
Number: 2
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The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America.



Threading the Labyrinth
The Dangers of Internationalism

Symposium: America in Theory and Practice

Homeless on “Paradise Drive”
Democratic Greatness in the American Founding
Is There a Political Philosophy in the Declaration of Independence?


John F. Lulves, Jr., 1941 - 2005, R.I.P.


Doing What Comes Naturally, a review of Steven E. Rhoads's Taking Sex Differences Seriously
A Hedgehog and a Fox, a review of John Lukacs's Remembered Past
No Fit of Spite, a review of Scalia Dissents, edited by Kevin A. Ring


There is no basis for democracy except in a dogma about the divine origin of man. That is a perfectly simple fact which the modern world will find out more and more to be a fact. Every other basis is a sort of sentimental confusion, full of merely verbal echoes of the older creeds. ... Men will more and more realize that there is no meaning in democracy if there is no meaning in anything; and that there is no meaning in anything if the universe has not a center of significance and an authority that is the author of our rights.