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  1. A Consumer's Guide to the Apocalypse

    A Consumer's Guide to the Apocalypse

    By Eduardo Velásquez

    Regular Price: $22.00

    Special Price $17.60

    In A Consumer’s Guide to the Apocalypse, Eduardo Velásquez argues that when we peer into contemporary artists’ creative depiction of our sensibilities we discover that the antagonisms that fuel the current cultural wars stem from a willful commitment to the basic tenets of the Enlightenment.

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  2. Doomed Bourgeois In Love

    Doomed Bourgeois In Love

    Edited by Mark C. Henrie

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Special Price $11.96

    In Doomed Bourgeois in Love, the traditionalist social critic Mark C. Henrie brings together a collection of political theorists, literary critics, and classicists to explore the meaning of Stillman's films. These essays contend that Stillman's art is an effort to "ironize" our ironic age; as such, they constitute a major achievement of Christian humanism in our time.

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  3. Family and Civilization

    Family and Civilization

    Carl C. Zimmerman

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “[Family and Civilization] becomes more relevant with each passing day. . . . Amazingly prescient.” —Brad Lowell Stone

    In his magnum opus, the distinguished sociologist Carle Zimmerman reveals the roots of today’s broken families and social epidemics.

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  4. James Thomson's The City of Dreadful Night

    James Thomson's The City of Dreadful Night

    Written by Henry Paolucci
    Preface by Anne Paolucci

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price $12.00

    At at time when many critics still viewed Thomson's City as the work of a gifted but erratic and sick poet with no cultural preparation to speak of, Henry Paolucci undertook to reassess both the reputation of the author and the quality of his work to prove otherwise. Learn More
  5. 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
  6. Rallying the Really Human Things

    Rallying the Really Human Things

    By Vigen Guroian

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price $12.00

    "In this eloquent and substantive book, Guroian uses the light of the past to point the way to a more human and civilized future."
    Michael Medved

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  7. Redeeming the Time

    Redeeming the Time

    By Russell Kirk

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Special Price $11.96

    Here, Kirk counsels the reader to direct his energies toward cultural renewal. Distilled in these pages are many of the central tenets of Kirk's brand of humane conservatism.

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  8. Remembered Past

    Remembered Past

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

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    “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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  9. The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945

    The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945

    By George H. Nash

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price $20.00

    First published in 1976, and revised in 1996, George H. Nash's celebrated history of the postwar conservative intellectual movement has become the unquestioned standard in the field.

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  10. The Sword of Imagination

    The Sword of Imagination

    by Russell Kirk

    Regular Price: $6.25

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    From the inside cover: Russell Kirk (1918-1994) was an active participant in the intellectual, social, and political contests in our era. This memoir, written dispassionately in the third person, is a lively account of the literary and political controversies of more than half a century.

    These chapters discuss the climate of opinion, the tribulations, and the prospects of modern culture....This book is as much a chronicle of the confusion and perplexities of the twentieth century as it is an autobiography. Philosophical insights and religious observations abound.

    In style as in substance, this volume by a man of letters will interest a wide audience. Kirk's keen insight into the minds of children, his romantic courtship of a great beauty, his perceptions of human nature, his adventures in dark corners, and more make this book difficult to lay aside. Learn More

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