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Spring 2010

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Spring 2010

Modern Age

Volume: 52
Number: 2
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Modern Age has been America’s leading conservative quarterly for more than half a century.

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The Humanities in Crisis

Essays

The Origins of Social Justice: Taparelli d’Azeglio
Two Treatises on the Acquisition and Use of Power
Why Modern, Liberal, Pluralistic, Secularist Democracies Cannot Educate Themselves
Biotechnology and the Reconstruction of Humanity

Poems

“Underdog and Overlord”
By: Paul Lake
“Pindar’s Final Ode”
“St. John Fisher: Bishop and Martyr”
“Wallace Stevens”

Review-Essays

Educationist Reactionaries

Book Reviews

Good Fences Cry Wolf: A Political Fable by Paul Lake
Thinking Seriously about Institutions On Thinking Institutionally by Hugh Heclo
Rediscovering the New Critics Praising It New: The Best of the New Criticism, edited by Garrick Davis
Reason Defended? The Suicide of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat to the West by Lee Harris

In Memoriam

George Panichas: Memories of a Friend