Chronicles Magazine Book Review

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    The War Against the West

    In our day the mere mention of imperialism is enough to provoke paroxysms of moral outrage. Except in derision, no one any longer dares to speak of the white man's burden, and few possess the courage to say that it was Europeans who created the...

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    Letters From Tocqueville

    Alexis de Tocqueville was an immensely prolific writer. His friend Gustave de Beaumont wrote that "for one volume he published he wrote ten; and the notes he cast aside as intended only for himself would have served many writers as text for the...

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