Richard M. Gamble

Richard M. Gamble is the Anna Margaret Ross Alexander Professor of History and Political Science and Associate Professor of History at Hillsdale College. He formerly taught in the honors program at Palm Beach Atlantic University and is the author of The War for Righteousness: Progressive Christianity, the Great War, and the Rise of the Messianic Nation (ISI Books, 2003).

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  1. The Great Tradition

    The Great Tradition

    Edited by Richard M. Gamble

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    Classic readings on the meaning and value of a true education by everyone from Plato and Aristotle to C. S. Lewis

    “Traces the thread of education as it is woven into our cultural fabric, spanning more than 2,000 years, from the ancient Greeks to contemporary writers. . . . A rich resource for families, teachers, and schools.”
    —Randall Murphree, American Family Association

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  2. The War for Righteousness

    The War for Righteousness

    By Richard M. Gamble

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    "Gamble has made an enormously important contribution." —American Conservative

    "Essential reading for those wishing to understand the rise and consolidation of liberal internationalism as America's foreign-policy creed." —Atlantic Monthly

    In The War for Righteousness, Gamble reconstructs the inner world of the social gospel clergy, tracing the evolution of the clergy's interventionist ideology from its roots in earlier efforts to promote a modern, activist Christianity.

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