• Dabney's Blind Spot
    Polemics & Exchanges
    February 30, 2020

    Dabney's Blind Spot

    I read with interest the article by Zachary Garris on Robert Lewis Dabney (“Remembering R. L. Dabney,” December 2019). Having myself graduated from Hampden-Sydney College, where he taught, and being Presbyterian, I have had some interest in his...
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  • Religious Discrimination, Real and Imagined
    November 1, 2019

    Religious Discrimination, Real and Imagined

    As I was scrolling the news one August day, my attention was drawn to an article recounting the story of a woman wearing a niqab who was ejected from a bus in the Netherlands, a country that enacted a partial ban on the full veil. The prohibition...
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  • Notre Dame and the Lost ‘Means of Culture’
    June 17, 2019

    Notre Dame and the Lost ‘Means of Culture’

    The fire that gutted Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris during Holy Week was no doubt caused by nothing more banal than negligent builders doing restoration work on the roof. Nevertheless it compelled all of us to search for a deeper explanation.
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  • Protectionism as a Path to Piety
    May 4, 2019

    Protectionism as a Path to Piety

    Frédéric Bastiat’s Candlestick Makers’ Petition, an open letter to the French Parliament written in 1845, gets trotted out by free-trade fundamentalists every time anyone says the word tariff.
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  • From Such Turn Away
    March 7, 2019

    From Such Turn Away

    Dr. Daniel Mahoney, the Augustine Chair in Distinguished Scholarship at Assumption College, has written a most scholarly and challenging book, in which he argues that “humanitarianism” without grounding in faith is a danger to our civilization.
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  • Winter of Our Discontent
    March 7, 2019

    Winter of Our Discontent

    As fall turned into winter, there were unmistakable signs of paleoconservative dissatisfaction with President Trump.
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