Products tagged with 'Politics'
Written by Alain Besançon, translated by Ralph C. Hancock
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“A little book of great wisdom.” —First Things
A wise and elegant meditation on the horror and destruction caused by the terrible ideologies of the twentieth century, communism and Nazism.Learn More
By Adam K. Webb
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Much more than the story of one Andean village, A Path of Our Own shows how traditional communities all over the world have been ill served by the dominant ideologies of the twentieth century. Adan Webb maps out an economy of values that at last could bring a just and decent prosperity.
“At once fresh, practical, and idealistic, A Path of Our Own should fundamentally alter future debates over economic change in the less developed nations.” —Allan C. CarlsonLearn More
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Carey’s primer instructs students on the fundamental matters of American political theory while telling them where to turn to obtain a better grasp on the ideas that have shaped the American political heritage.Learn More
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A little book packed with wisdom desperately needed in this confused and contentious political climate
Harvard’s Harvey C. Mansfield, one of America’s leading political theorists, directs our gaze past scandals and attack ads and polls to the great thinkers and classic books that should shape our understanding of the proper ends of politics. An education in one sitting.
“These slim volumes come close to constituting mini–great books in themselves.” —Wall Street Journal
“Pocket mentors.” —Chronicle of Higher EducationLearn More
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"A Time to Speak is essential reading for anyone intersted in the full range of Bork's thought." —Claremont Review of Books
"A Time to Speak reminds us, yet again, that Robert Bork has been this nation's most eloquent and compelling Cassandra.” —The New Criterion
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“With this book, Chilton Williamson advances to the top rank of American political and social thinkers.”
—John Lukacs, author of Five Days in London and Democracy and Populism
“Chilton Williamson has written the best book on democracy in the past hundred years.”
—John Willson, professor emeritus of history, Hillsdale College
The fall of communism sparked the popular notion that the spread of democracy was inevitable. After Tocqueville challenges this sunny notion.Learn More
Edited by Patrick A. Swan, with an Introduction by Wilfred M. McClay
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Special Price $13.56In Alger Hiss, Whittaker Chambers, and the Schism in the American Soul, editor Patrick Swan marks the fiftieth anniversary of Witness's publication by anthologizing 23 of the best essays ever written on Chambers, Hiss, or both. Learn More
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The soft tyranny of the utopian biotechnological project: the logical outcome of modern thought. With help from Alexis de Tocqueville and Walker Percy, Peter Augustine Lawler offers a defense of the common experience of ordinary men and women in all its harsh ambiguity.
Our souls are not yet lost. But they will be if we refuse to acknowledge that, in this world at least, we are destined to be aliens.
"A probing commentary on American confusion." —New Oxford Review
"A subtle mind grappling with the most profound issues facing modern America in light of the most profound ideas that have shaped the American soul."
"As conservatives ponder why and how to resist the temptation to reach for all good things in this life, they would be well advised to do so with Lawler by their side."Learn More
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“The solution for the modern GOP . . . Intellectual ammunition for the modern conservative movement.” —SENATOR RAND PAUL
How can America recover from economic stagnation, moral exhaustion, and looming bankruptcy? Longtime Reagan adviser Donald J. Devine shows the way.Learn More