Chronicles Magazine December 1993

  • REVIEWS

    In the Fullness of Time

    Perhaps the best way to understand and appreciate Joseph Pappin's unique achievement is to consider this fine book in the light of previous scholarship that attempts to ascertain the religious and moral sources and foundations of Edmund Burke's...

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  • VITAL SIGNS

    Cui Bono?

    Hans-Hermann Hoppe's essays will not be everyone's cup of tea, particularly in view of the author's stated purpose to defend individual property rights as the basis of a free and productive society.

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  • REVIEWS

    A World Suffused by Money

    John Dewey, Neil Coughlan thought, I was "the philosopher par excellence of American liberalism" because "he shared with it the root conviction that we can have both self-defined self-fulfillment and social justice for all."

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  • REVIEWS

    Lonesome No More

    All literary genres have their loyalists, but few have more devoted—and querulous—readers than the Western. So when in the mid-1980's rumors began to circulate that Larry McMurtry, hitherto known for his angst-ridden tales of modern Texas, was at...

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