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Tradition, Old and New

As a starting point, we must distinguish between tradition as container and tradition as content. This is a difference between the positions of the two great confessional bodies which appear equally devoted to preserving their traditions.

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    Mad Cows and Englishman

    In recent months, several works have appeared that throw light on the attitudes and concerns of various rightist movements lacking the imprimatur of an established right. While it is hard to generalize about the disparate thinkers and groups...

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    Risking Nothing

    Americans like to think this is a land of diversity unparalleled anywhere in the world, but in religious matters at least, such a view is far from the truth. America remains today substantially what it has always been, namely, a Christian country.

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    The Lewis Gun

    The paintings and the writings were the product of one man, though not perhaps of one unified sensibility. The sense of crisis in Lewis's work is not finally his but rather his modernist sense of our crisis.

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