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  1. A Humane Economy

    A Humane Economy

    Written by Wilhelm Röpke, with a new Introduction by Samuel Gregg

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    “Of uncommon brilliance.” —Wall Street Journal

    “If any person in our contemporary world is entitled to a hearing, it is Wilhelm Röpke.” —New York Times

    Here is one of the most accessible and compelling introductions to economics ever written—the masterwork of the great economist Wilhelm Röpke. Featuring an excellent new introduction by Samuel Gregg of the Acton Institute.

    A Humane Economy challenges not only the direction of much post-1945 economic science but also those who question the market economy’s moral and economic benefits.” —Samuel Gregg, from the new introduction

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  2. A Pope and a President

    A Pope and a President

    By Paul Kengor

    Regular Price: $19.95

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    “Book of the Year” finalist, World magazine

    From bestselling Reagan biographer and Cold War historian Paul Kengor comes the extraordinary untold story of how a singular bond between Pope John Paul II and Ronald Reagan drove them to confront the great evil of the twentieth century: Soviet communism.

    “This book superbly captures and perfectly portrays the profound depth of the bond between John Paul II and Ronald Reagan. This is key. You cannot understand why Soviet communism collapsed unless you have a good grasp of just how extraordinarily deep was the bond that existed between those two great leaders of the 20th century.” —The Washington Times

    “Excellent . . . A historical tome that is not only detailed, informative, and educational, but also inspiring and encouraging.” —The Imaginative Conservative

    “Reads like a Russian novel with an intriguing series of themes woven into a grand narrative.” —The Huffington Post

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  3. After Tocqueville

    After Tocqueville

    By Chilton Williamson Jr.

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price $22.36

    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.

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  4. America's Forgotten Founders, second edition

    America's Forgotten Founders, second edition

    Edited by Gary L. Gregg II, Mark David Hall

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    The latest entry in ISI Books’ Lives of the Founders series, America’s Forgotten Founders will completely reshape your understanding of America’s founding generation.

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  5. America's Way Back

    America's Way Back

    By Donald J. Devine

    Regular Price: $29.95

    Special Price $23.96

    “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.

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  6. American Cicero

    American Cicero

    By Bradley J. Birzer

    Regular Price: $25.00

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    From Paolucci Book Award–winning author Bradley J. Birzer comes this exceptional biography of an unjustly neglected Founder

    “Birzer rightly presents [Charles] Carroll as the proper object of deep interest and admiration.” —First Things

    This fascinating new biographyrescues American Founder Charles Carroll of Carrollton from unjust neglect, revealing why Founders such as John Adams assumed that Carroll would one day be considered among the greats—and also why history has largely forgotten him.

    “Birzer is one of today’s finest biographers. With meticulous scholarship, he places Charles Carroll back on the pedestal from which previous generations of neglectful historians had unceremoniously removed him.” —Joseph Pearce, author of Tolkien: Man and Myth

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  7. American Conservatism

    American Conservatism

    Edited by Jeremy Beer, Bruce Frohnen, Jeffrey O. Nelson

    Regular Price: $35.00

    Special Price $28.00

    Ranging from "abortion" to "Zoll, Donald Atwell," and written from viewpoints as various as those which have informed the postwar conservative movement itself, the encyclopedia’s more than 600 entries will orient readers of all kinds to the people and ideas that have given shape to contemporary American conservatism. This long-awaited volume is not to be missed.

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  8. Back on the Road to Serfdom

    Back on the Road to Serfdom

    Edited by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

    Regular Price: $29.95

    Special Price $23.96

    This shift toward statism “will not end happily,” declares bestselling author Thomas E. Woods. In Back on the Road to Serfdom, Woods brings together ten top scholars to examine why the size and scope of government has exploded, and to reveal the devastating consequences of succumbing to the statist temptation.

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  9. Beauty Will Save the World

    Beauty Will Save the World

    By Gregory Wolfe

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    Wolfe has been called “one of the most incisive and persuasive voices of our generation,” and this penetrating and wide-ranging book makes a powerful case for the importance of beauty and imagination to cultural renewal.

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  10. Blue Collar Intellectuals

    Blue Collar Intellectuals

    By Daniel J. Flynn

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price $22.36

    “This book is not only an exciting story; it also corrects a terrible cultural mistake—the mistake of treating high culture, Great Books, and other canon-making visions of tradition as exploitative and spurious. Flynn’s profiles mark a vital alternative to the complacent relativism of contemporary cultural stewards.”
    Mark Bauerlein, bestselling author of The Dumbest Generation

    Guiding us through a world now vanished, Daniel J. Flynn causes us to take a hard look at the nostrums of our digital age.

    “Back in the middle decades of the twentieth century, millions of Americans supped at the table of high culture, learning history, philosophy, and economics from intellectual entrepreneurs like Will and Ariel Durant, Mortimer Adler, and Eric Hoffer. Daniel Flynn tells their story in Blue Collar Intellectuals—and tells us why we miss them today.”
    Michael Barone, senior political analyst at the Washington Examiner, coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics

     

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  11. Choosing the Right College 2012-13 (E-book)

    Choosing the Right College 2012-13 (E-book)

    Edited by John Zmirak

    Regular Price: $14.99

    Special Price $11.99

    “Practically every aspect of university life that a potential student would want to investigate can be found within these pages.”

    ——THOMAS E. WOODS JR., Ph.D., bestselling author of Meltdown

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  12. Choosing the Right College 2014–15 (E-book)

    Choosing the Right College 2014–15 (E-book)

    Edited by John Zmirak

    Regular Price: $16.99

    Special Price $13.59

    “By far the best college guide, for both its honesty and its insights.” —Thomas Sowell

    Choosing the Right College is the indispensable resource for anyone who wants the unvarnished truth about America’s top colleges and universities.

    This brand-new edition introduces a groundbreaking feature called “Blue Collar Ivies”–in-depth reports on the best affordable colleges in all fifty states. Get the financial information families need in this age of soaring tuition.

    “Indispensable.” —First Things

    “An excellent guide” —National Review

    “A godsend” —National Catholic Register

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  13. Climbing Parnassus

    Climbing Parnassus

    Written by Tracy Lee Simmons, foreword by William F. Buckley Jr.

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price $12.00

    A defense and vindication of the formative power of Greek and Latin, and a bracing reminder of the genuine aims of a truly liberal education.

    “A book that makes one feel more intelligent for having read it.” Booklist

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  14. Conscience and Its Enemies

    Conscience and Its Enemies

    By Robert P. George

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “Brilliant . . . Should be required reading.”Commentary

    “[George] speaks for a sizable number of conscientious objectors to America’s ruling liberal secularism.” —New York Times Book Review

    This updated and expanded edition of Robert P. George’s acclaimed Conscience and Its Enemies exposes the emptiness of secular liberalism’s smugly held orthodoxies while presenting powerfully reasoned arguments for classical virtues.

    “As a critic of liberalism, George is devastating.” —National Review

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  15. Conservative Heroes

    Conservative Heroes

    by Garland S. Tucker III, with a foreword by Amity Shlaes

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price $22.36

    “A wonderful book.” —Fred Barnes

    Profiles in conservative courage: here is the story of American conservatism in fourteen lives.

    “Many readers resent the narrowness standard histories offer. They will welcome Conservative Heroes, which so thoughtfully draws out the full picture.” —Amity Shlaes, bestselling author of Coolidge and The Forgotten Man, from the foreword

    “His ability to recognize a subject missed by academic historians reserves a special place for Tucker in the pantheon of political authors. Conservative Heroes should be required reading in high schools and colleges.” —National Review Online

    Read an excerpt from this acclaimed book!

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  16. Darwin Day in America

    Darwin Day in America

    John G. West

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “A superb overview of what happens once we start seeing man as an overachieving worm.” —Marvin Olasky, World

    In this updated edition of his captivating, extensively researched Darwin Day in America, Dr. John G. West tells the disturbing story of scientific expertise run amok, exposing how an ideological interpretation of Darwinian biology and reductionist science has been used to degrade American culture. Featuring a new chapter on the rise of “totalitarian science” in the age of Obama.

    “West does an excellent job showing how Darwinian science has cheapened human life and limited man’s horizons.” —Chronicles

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  17. Did Muhammad Exist?

    Did Muhammad Exist?

    By Robert Spencer

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    Everything you thought you knew about Islam is about to change

    “A well-written, sober, and clear account.” —National Review Online

    “[A] brave book.” —FrontPage Magazine

    “Concerted detective work of a scholarly nature. His book is no polemic. It is a serious quest for facts.” —Washington Times

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  18. Dupes

    Dupes

    By Paul Kengor

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    “Nothing short of horrifying . . . Dupes may be one of the most significant literary offerings of our time.” —Washington Times

    “A detailed, riveting history of those who secretly served the enemy. Not to be missed!” —PETER SCHWEIZER, bestselling author of Clinton Cash and Secret Empires

    Uncovering previously unpublished FBI files and documents from the Soviet archives, bestselling historian Paul Kengor exposes the legions of liberals who have unwittingly aided America’s adversaries—from the Bolshevik Revolution through the Cold War and right up to the present.

    Now in paperback with an updated introduction.

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  19. Dynamics of World History

    Dynamics of World History

    Written by Christopher Dawson, edited by John J. Mulloy, with a new Introduction by Dermot Quinn

    Regular Price: $22.00

    Special Price $17.60

    “For breadth of knowledge and lucidity of style [Dawson] has few rivals.”
    New York Times Book Review

    From one of the most important historians of the twentieth century comes this magisterial work on the importance of religion in shaping and sustaining civilizations.

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  20. Econoclasts

    Econoclasts

    By Brian Domitrovic

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    “Riveting . . . The landmark new history of the supply-side revolution.” —National Review

    The groundbreaking Econoclasts is more than just the definitive history of the supply-side revolution. It also reveals the foundations of America’s prosperity even as those foundations are under attack.

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  21. Eliot and His Age

    Eliot and His Age

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    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “The best introduction to the twentieth century’s greatest man of letters.” —Benjamin G. Lockerd Jr., from the introduction

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  22. Family and Civilization

    Family and Civilization

    Carle C. Zimmerman

    Regular Price: $18.00

    Special Price $14.40

    “A chillingly prophetic volume that deserves a wide new audience.”
    ROD DREHER

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

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  23. Forgotten Founder, Drunken Prophet

    Forgotten Founder, Drunken Prophet

    By Bill Kauffman

    Regular Price: $16.95

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    Kauffman’s Luther Martin is a brilliant and passionate polemicist, a stubborn and admirable defender of a decentralized republic who fights for the principles of 1776 all the way to the last ditch and last drop.

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  24. Founding Federalist

    Founding Federalist

    By Michael Toth

    Regular Price: $16.95

    Special Price $13.56

    “Remarkable . . . By bringing [Ellsworth’s] contributions to the forefront, Mr. Toth enriches the founding narrative.” 
    Wall Street Journal

    You’ve probably never heard of Oliver Ellsworth. It’s time to change that.

    “A brief, wonderfully readable biography of the most important American you’ve never heard of.”
    Peter Robinson, Ricochet

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  25. Freedom and Virtue

    Freedom and Virtue

    Edited by George W. Carey

    Regular Price: $15.00

    Special Price $12.00

    Like no other single work, Freedom and Virtue explores what unites and divides the adherents of these two important American traditions—shedding much light on our current political landscape. Learn More
  26. Growing Up Guggenheim

    Growing Up Guggenheim

    By Peter Lawson-Johnston

    Regular Price: $22.00

    Special Price $17.60

    In Growing Up Guggenheim, Peter Lawson-Johnston—a Guggenheim himself, and the board president who oversaw the transformation of the renowned museum from a local New York institution to a global art venture—shares a personal memoir that includes intimate portraits of the five people principally responsible for the entire Guggenheim art legacy.

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  27. Herbert Butterfield

    Herbert Butterfield

    By Kenneth B. McIntyre

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    In this authoritative and accessible intellectual biography, Kenneth B. McIntyre explores the extraordinary range of Herbert Butterfield’s work. He shows why the small book The Whig Interpretation of History (1931) achieved such large influence. Learn More

  28. History and the Human Condition

    History and the Human Condition

    By John Lukacs

    Regular Price: $27.95

    Special Price $22.36

    “This is the best introduction to the historical craft of John Lukacs . . . one of the true creative geniuses of his profession.” —The American Conservative

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  29. How the West Won

    How the West Won

    By Rodney Stark

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    In this page-turning, myth-busting history, acclaimed author Rodney Stark shows exactly why Western civilization triumphed over other cultures—and why we all should be thankful it did.

    “Fortunately, [Stark is one of] a few unapologetic defenders of Western civilization [who] can still be found.” —Wall Street Journal

    “Exposes gaping holes in the prevailing narrative.” —Crisis

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  30. If Not Us, Who?

    If Not Us, Who?

    Written by David B. Frisk

    Regular Price: $34.95

    Special Price $27.96

    If Not Us, Who? is both the story of an architect of the modern conservative movement and a colorful journey through a half century of high-level politics.

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