September 19, 2007

American Conservative online

Here's the table of contents for the current issue of The American Conservative:

September 10, 2007 Issue

The Once & Future Christendom
By James P. Pinkerton
What J.R.R. Tolkien tells us about surviving the clash of civilizations

Running for Life Coach
by Michael Brendan Dougherty
One-on-one, Mike Huckabee is the GOP’s strongest candidate, but will that be enough to propel him to the
top tier?

In Good Faith
By Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Pope Benedict’s restoration of the Latin Mass delights Old Rite devotees.

Long Division
ByTrita Parsi
Ending the tension between Washington and Tehran will require more than the departure of Bush’s neocons or Ahmadinejad’s radicals—however welcome that would be.

Test Case
By Steve Sailer
Bureaucracy fails when civil servants aren’t put to the test.

Balancing Act
By Christopher Layne
Give terrorists what they don’t want: a U.S. departure from Iraq.

Welcome to the Global Market
By J.G. Collins
Free trade is the new white man’s burden.

Sands of Empire
By Steve Sailer
“Lawrence of Arabia”
at 45

The Clash, Still Calling
By A.G. Gancarski
Redemption Song: The Ballad of Joe Strummer by Chris Salewicz

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Christianity’s Cheerful Prophet
By Michael S. Rose
God’s Continent: Christianity, Islam, and Europe’s Religious Crisis by Philip Jenkins

The Senators Who Said No
By Clark Stooksbury
Elites for Peace: The Senate and the Vietnam War, 1964-1968 by Gary Stone

Chinese Hostage Crisis
By Patrick J. Buchanan
Our Bankers in Beijing

Feeling a Draft?
By William Pfaff
Rough Draft

The Bushian Barack
By Daniel Larison
Obama’s Second Inaugural Address

The Unbound West
By Fred Reed
How the West Won

Fourteen Days: Bush Teaches Vets About Vietnam; Padilla Presumed Guilty Until Proven Guilty; Rudy’s Culture War

Deep Background: Cheney Lights the Fuse; The Green Zone’s Bug Problem

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1 comment:

SN said...

"The Once & Future Christendom" is definitely worth reading. It's the first time I've seen the genuine Blitz spirit of perserverance through adversity summoned up to help us in our current travails.

It's also one of the most eloquent advocacies of Separationism I've seen.