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With a circulation in the tens of thousands, and featuring foundational essays ranging across the disciplines---from political theory, philosophy, and economics to strategic studies, cultural criticism, and belles lettres---the Intercollegiate Review has been since 1965 one of the central organs of American conservative intellectual life. Many of the most serious thinkers on the right have appeared in the IR, and some of the most important theoretical debates in American conservatism have played out in its pages. At once sophisticated, penetrating, profound, and humane, the IR has consistently reflected the American conservative mind at its most thoughtful. From the Cold War and the Woodstock generation to the war on terror and the revolution in biotechnology, this collection of the IR's best essays from its first four decades constitutes a chronicle of contemporary American history as seen from the right. Arguing Conservatism includes essays by dozens of eminent thinkers, including Robert Bork, Cleanth Brooks, Robert Conquest, Ludwig von Mises, Robert Nisbet, Roger Scruton, Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin, and Robert Penn Warren.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7.5" Height: 2.3" Weight: 4.25 lbs.
Release Date Aug 15, 2008
Publisher Intercollegiate Studies Institute
ISBN 1933859512 ISBN13 9781933859514
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More About Mark C. Henrie
Editor of the Intercollegiate Review since 2001, Mark C. Henrie is director of academic affairs at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, where he is also the executive editor of "Modern Age" and the "Political Science Reviewer," Henrie is the author of numerous articles and "A Student's Guide to the Core Curriculum," and he is the editor of "Doomed Bourgeois in Love: Essays on the Films of Whit Stillman,"