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Jerry D. Salyer writes from Louisville, Kentucky.
An anthology of historical quotes regarding immigration demonstrates that many sentiments decried by the 21st century west were taken for granted in all nations across history until now.
Reviews of Who Is My Neighbor? An Anthology in Natural Relations, and The One Certain Thing, a poetry collection by Peter Cooley.
Are Catholicism and nationalism compatible? That's what Julien Langella examines in his book Catholic & Indentitarian.
Reviews of Julien Langella's book on the compatibility of Catholicism and nationalism, Catholic & Indentitarian, and Sicily '43, James Holland's examination of the Sicilian campaign of WWII.
Frequently, pro-life leaders draw a parallel between slavery and abortion. “You Say Abortion Is Legal? The Supreme Court Also Legalized Slavery,” reads one popular bumper sticker.
Jerry Salyer reviews Julien Langella's book on the compatibility of Catholicism and nationalism, "Catholic & Indentitarian"
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