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Volume XV Number 1

Table of Contents

From the Editor's Desk

Charles R. Kesler: 
Scott Walker, Unplugged

Correspondence


Correspondence

Winning the Cold War; Law of War; The Illiberal Left

In Memoriam

Michael M. Uhlmann: Edward J. Erler: Thomas G. West: Larry P. Arnn: 
Harry V. Jaffa, 1918-2015

Tributes by Michael M. Uhlmann, Edward J. Erler, Thomas G. West, and Larry P. Arnn

Michael Anton: 
Harry V. Jaffa: An Appreciation

Essays

William Voegeli: 
The Newest New Right

The latest prescription for a conservative majority.

David Pryce Jones: 
The Achievement of Martin Gilbert

Churchill's official biographer was worthy of his subject.

John J. Miller: 
Monsters

Frankenstein, Dracula, and the Victorian imagination.

Reviews of Books

Diana Schaub: 
Equality and Liberty

John C. Briggs: 
Understanding Greatness

Steven B. Smith: 
Whistling Dixie

Gerard Alexander: 
Getting the Right All Wrong

Christopher Caldwell: 
The Browning of America

Benjamin Balint: 
The Rise and Fall of the New Republic

Michael S. Greve: 
Too Big To Succeed

John G. West: 
Revolution, Not Revelation

Jeremy Rozansky: 
Warrior of Zion

Michael Barone: 
The Language of Liberty

Timothy Burns: 
Small Latin and Less Greek

Harvey C. Mansfield: 
Secret Teaching

C.J. Wolfe: 
The Philosopher and the Theologian

Matthew J. Peterson: 
Nature Trail

Ronald Radosh: 
What Becomes a Liar Most?

Shadow Play

Parthian Shot

Bradley C.S. Watson: 
Call to Arms

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