The End of Property—January 2011

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beyond the revolution

The Five Good Reasons
by Thomas Fleming


In Defense of Private Property
by Claude Polin

Proudhon, Beauty, and Lego
by Andrei Navrozov


A Linguistic Dilemma
by Tom Landess


A Self-Contained World
by James Kalb

Pascal Bruckner, The Tyranny of Guilt: An Essay on Western Masochism

The Coming North American Order
by H.A. Scott Trask

Charles Bowden, Murder City: Ciudad Juárez and the Global Economy’s New Killing Fields

A Holy Craft
by James O. Tate

James Everett Kibler, ed., Selected Poems of William Gilmore Simms, Twentieth Anniversary Edition

Matthew C. Brennan, The Poet’s Holy Craft: William Gilmore Simms and Romantic Verse Tradition


The Arrhythmic Heart of England
by Derek Turner

vital signs

Which Way for Rand Paul?
by W. James Antle III

Christophobia, Communist and Otherwise
by Roberto de Mattei

Mortgages From Hell
by John C. Seiler, Jr.


Are You Smarter Than a Terrorist?
by Justin Raimondo

At Sea Again
by Chilton Williamson, Jr.

A Tale of Two Cities
by Scott P. Richert

Another New NATO

by Srdja Trifkovic

Europe’s Dark Roots
by Philip Jenkins

The Fighting Marine: Gene Tunney
by Roger D. McGrath

Neocon Follies
Fair Game
by George McCartney

The Swiss Solution
by Taki Theodoracopulos


“Rhapsody at Dusk”

“My Father’s Overalls”
by John Freeman

Polemics & Exchanges

American Proscenium

Cultural Revolutions

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