Suffer the Little Children—March 2011

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beyond the revolution

To Save One Child
by Thomas Fleming


Growing Up Too Fast
by Christopher Sandford

Going Down With the Good Ship Lollipop
by Jack Trotter


Interview With the Archbishop of Kirkuk
by Alberto Carosa


A Life Rediscovered
by John Willson

American Cicero: The Life of Charles Carroll
by Bradley J. Birzer

The Elusive Conflict
by H.A. Scott Trask

The American Civil War: A Military History
by John Keegan

Something Serious at Stake
by David Middleton

Grace Notes: Poetry From the Pages of First Things
edited by Paul Lake and Losana Boyd

Bruised Reeds
by Francis Phillips

Light of the World: The Pope, the Church and the Signs of the Times
by Pope Benedict XVI, with Peter Seewald


Britain’s Leftists: Allies of the Islamists
by Christie Davies


A Game of Bridge on a Hot Afternoon
by Tom Landess

vital signs

Cutting Our Teeth on Twilight
by Katherine Dalton


Another Brown Scare
by Justin Raimondo

The Women Come and Go . . .
by Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Oh I Wish I Was in Dixie
by Scott P. Richert

Jumpin’ Jim Gavin
by Roger D. McGrath

The Eurozone: Time for a Divorce
by Srdja Trifkovic

A Sicilian Mirage
by Andrei Navrozov

The Grit and the Gritless
True Grit, The Green Hornet, The King’s Speech

by George McCartney

An Arab Shopping Spree
by Taki Theodoracopulos


Pont de la lune

Dream Poem
by Timothy Murphy

Polemics & Exchanges

American Proscenium

Cultural Revolutions

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