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  1. It Didn't Have to Be This Way

    It Didn't Have to Be This Way

    Written by Harry C. Veryser

    Regular Price: $28.95

    Special Price $23.16

    “Excellent . . . I highly recommend this book.” —RON PAUL

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  2. James Burnham and the Struggle for the World

    James Burnham and the Struggle for the World

    Written by Daniel Kelly, foreword by Richard Brookhiser

    Regular Price: $29.95

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    James Burnham (1905-1987) was one of the most influential anticommunist figures of the Cold War era, as Daniel Kelly's fascinating biography makes clear.

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  3. Living Constitution, Dying Faith

    Living Constitution, Dying Faith

    By Bradley C. S. Watson

    Regular Price: $25.00

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    “Watson is dead-on in his analysis of the living Constitution. Filling an important void in recent scholarship, this work powerfully explains how modern jurisprudence began with the Progressives’ mugging of America’s first principles in the name of history and change.” —Matthew Spalding, Hillsdale College

    “The transformation of the judiciary into an activist legislator of social change has been one of the most remarked-upon—and, among conservatives, decried—political developments of the past century. In Living Constitution, Dying Faith: Progressivism and the New Science of Jurisprudence, political philosopher Bradley C. S. Watson does an impressive job of analyzing how, exactly, this happened.” —National Review

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  4. Look Homeward, America

    Look Homeward, America

    By Bill Kauffman

    Regular Price: $25.00

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    "Whatever your ideology, Bill Kauffman’s words will touch your soul and make you long for his America."
    LewRockwell.com

    "Bill Kauffman is the finest literary stylist writing within the broad twenty-first-century conservative dispensation and among the keenest minds in contemporary American letters.... In its grand affirmation of the true American spirit, Look Homeward, America will challenge, dazzle, and delight the reader."
    Allan Carlson, author of The “American Way”: Family and Community in the Shaping of the American Identity

    "[Kauffman's] writing persona couldn’t be more appealing."
    Booklist

    "If you are the kind of conservative who despairs over the chain-store, geography-of-nowhere, slob-in-the-grey-velour-sweatsuit consumerist crapulence that is devouring the American cultural landscape like kudzu—well, Bill Kauffman is your man."
    Rod Dreher

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  5. Miss Betsey

    Miss Betsey

    By Eugene D. Genovese

    Regular Price: $25.00

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    "We hear a lot of grim reports about marriage these days, and a lot of vapid cheerleading. This memoir is neither, and it brings good news. It would make a fine gift for a bookish young couple just starting a lifetime together, or an old pair looking back with gratitude."
    Christianity Today

    "Genovese's book takes a measured look at academia---that wondrous world of flexible schedules, professional autonomy, travel opportunities, job security, innumeralbe perks, and prestige---instructive to individuals distanced from the ivory tower."
    New Oxford Review

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  6. Presidential Power and Crisis Government in the Age of Terrorism

    Presidential Power and Crisis Government in the Age of Terrorism

    by Henry Paolucci

    Regular Price: $19.95

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    Presidential Power and Crisis Government in the Age of Terrorism explores both the basic nature of constitutional government and the arguments relating to the restrictions necessary to protect the nation in times of crisis. Learn More
  7. Reappraising the Right

    Reappraising the Right

    By George H. Nash

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price $22.36

    “The single most lucid analysis available of the varieties of American conservatism and their common convictions, mutual opponents, and underlying antagonisms.”
    The Weekly Standard

    How did conservatives’ once-dominant political and intellectual movement end up in disarray? And where is it headed?

    The preeminent historian of modern American conservatism, George H. Nash, tackles these crucial questions in this indispensable book.

     “George Nash is the dean and the leading light of historians of the American conservative movement.”
    Michael Barone, coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics

    “So comprehensive that very little of what needs to be said about modern conservatism is left out.”
    First Things

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  8. Reclaiming the American Right

    Reclaiming the American Right

    Justin Raimondo

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    Justin Raimondo's captivating narrative is the story of how the non-interventionist Old Right—which included half-forgotten giants and prophets such as Sen. Robert A. Taft, Garet Garrett, and Col. Robert McCormick—was supplanted in influence by a Right that made its peace with bigger government at home and "perpetual war for perpetual peace" abroad. First published in 1993, Reclaiming the American Right is today as timely as ever.

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  9. Remembered Past

    Remembered Past

    By John Lukacs; edited, with an Introduction, by Jeffrey O. Nelson, Mark G. Malvasi

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “A monumental book, and a monumental tribute to a great historian of our age or of any age.”
    Council on National Literatures

    “An indispensable volume.” —Scott P. Richert, Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture

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  10. Righteous Gentiles

    Righteous Gentiles

    Ronald J. Rychlak

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    A relentless band of propagandists has convinced much of the world that Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church, in the face of the great moral crisis of the twentieth century, were little more than Nazi lapdogs. The myth of "Hitler's pope," however, is grounded not in the facts of history but in the ideological agenda of Pius’s detractors. Given unprecedented access to Church archives &%8212; including a confidential Vatican report on Pius XII &%8212; Ronald J. Rychlak documents the heroic response of the Holy Father and countless other Catholics to the plight of Jews under Nazi rule. Learn More

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