Faithful Son

Faithful Son

Donald Livingston

Boyd Cathey is an 11th generation Carolina Tar Heel who was mentored by and worked with Russell Kirk. The Land We Love: The South and Its Heritage is written reverentially, just as one might reflect on the memory of one’s mother.

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Opera Managed and Mismanaged

Opera Managed and Mismanaged

James O. Tate

There were inherent difficulties from the beginning of the New York City Opera, and not only the usual problems of subsidy, but also an inherent rivalry with the Metropolitan Opera, which had been a venue of world class since the days of Enrico Caruso.

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Rough Men, Rough Language

Rough Men, Rough Language

Joshua Doggrell

My father is an Army veteran, a former auto-body worker, and a retired policeman who for many years worked undercover in vice and narcotics.

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  • Who Wants This War with Iran?

    Pat Buchanan | May 17, 2019

    Speaking on state TV of the prospect of a war in the Gulf, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei seemed to dismiss the idea. "There won't be any war. . . . We don't seek a war, and (the Americans) don't either. They know it's not in their interests."

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  • Religion as a Social System

    Jacob Neusner | May 15, 2019

    To study any vital religion is to address, as a matter of hypothesis, a striking example of how people explain to themselves who they are as a social entity. Religion as a powerful force in human culture is realized in society, not only or even mainly in theology.

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