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Chronicles Magazine Apr 18
Olaf : Philosopher and Fabulist by Stephen R.L. Clark
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Chronicles Magazine Apr 16
Burns. As Does Our Civilization? What a horrible way for the West and France to begin Holy Week by Devin Foley
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Donnie Griffin Apr 16
“Post-Christian America, in many ways, is beginning to mirror what we were once taught that the pre-Christian Roman Empire looked like.”
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Daniel McCarthy Apr 15
Shocking day. Just last week went to press with a review in which I write, “The spirit that built the cathedrals of Christendom for the glory of God might build a new world when its attentions are turned to man’s estate instead.”
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The Left: A History of Violence by Gregory Slysz
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Chronicles Magazine Apr 12
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Chronicles Magazine Apr 11
What’s Really behind the State Department’s Meddling in Ukraine? by
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Leo Wong Apr 11
Martin Morse Wooster, A Superfluous Man (Albert Jay Nock) | Chronicles Magazine (reprinted from 1987)
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Chronicles Magazine Apr 10
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Chronicles Magazine Apr 8
James Howard: Two-Theater Double Ace by Roger McGrath
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