What Good Is an Education?—September 2010

What Good Is an Education?—September 2010 by • September 10, 2010 • Printer-friendly


Break out the Booze?
by Thomas Fleming


Academic Sins
by John Willson

The Uses of a Liberal Education
by Catharine Savage Brosman


Okinawa Occupied
by Allen Mendenhall


An Unfinished Story
by James Bissett
[Srdja Trifkovic, The Krajina Chronicle: A History of Serbs in Croatia, Slavonia and Dalmatia]

Sustained Magnificence
by Derek Turner
[Max Hastings, Winston’s War: Churchill 1940-1945]

A Legend for Our Time
by Matthew A. Roberts
[Adrienne Mayor, The Poison King: The Life and Legend of Mithradates, Rome’s Deadliest Enemy]

A Question of Dots
by Gerald J. Russello
[Shane Harris, The Watchers: The Rise of America’s Surveillance State]


Hanging With the Snarks: An Academic Memoir
by Clyde Wilson

The Quest for Certitude
by Jonathan Chaves

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Terminating an Unwanted Parentcy
by Kenneth Zaretzke


Adios, Rio Nido
by Justin Raimondo

Caring in Colorado (and Everywhere)
by Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Give Me Back My Frock!
by Aaron D. Wolf

Who’ll Stop the Rain?
by Scott P. Richert

The Man Who Won the Revolution
by Roger D. McGrath

The Daughter of Time
by Philip Jenkins

Retreat From Eden II
by Andrei Navrozov

Advertising Himself
by George McCartney

Sympathy for the Devil
by Taki Theodoracopulos


“Julian at Prayer” and
“A Talisman Against Falling”
by Stella Nesanovich

Polemics & Exchanges

American Proscenium
“The Panic of 2011”
by John Seiler

Cultural Revolutions
—”Manufacturing Bust” (Greg Kaza)

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