Chronicles Magazine Book Review

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    Corruption and Contempt

    For those readers who know very much about Niccolo Machiavelli, the most striking feature of Michael Ledeen's new book, which tries to explicate a number of Machiavelli's precepts with contemporary examples drawn from world politics, business,...

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    Wolfs Fang, Fox's Tail

    By March 1920, Russia's whites—an odd and disparate conglomeration of monarchists, anti-Bolshevik socialists, jaded liberals, reactionary clerics, frightened nobles, disinherited landowners, and loyalist army officers and soldiers—had turned what...

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    Damn Lies—or Statistics

    The most important book ever published about firearms policy is John Lott's superb "More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws". No other firearms book has reshaped the political debate so profoundly or its author been...

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    Love and Grace

    This is a remarkable book by a remarkable man. Mr. Marcolla is well known to many conservatives in Europe and the United States for his observations on modern philosophy contributed over the years to Osservatore Romano.

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