Vol. 23 Nbr. 1-2, March 2010
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- The challenge confronting conservatives: sustaining a Republic of Hustlers.
- The Old and New Testaments in U.S. foreign policy: McDougall and American identity.
- 'The backside of the universe': McDougall's Throes of Democracy.
- Defending America in an age of hustlers, heists, and unnecessary wars: an afterword.
- Marshall vs. Jefferson then and now: how the intellectual and political struggle over the constitution resonates today.
- The Protestant roots of American civil religion.
- Hume's 'false philosophy' and the reflections of common life.
- Seyla Benhabib, Wendell Berry, and the question of migrant and refugee rights.
- Florissant fossil beds.
- In the brooklyn museum.
- North Park.
- Shakespeare's critique of Machiavellian force, fraud, and spectacle in Measure for Measure.