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Our journal is now more than ten years old. Perhaps you have traveled with us since the day in 2010 that we embarked on our mission is to preserve the transcendentals, the “permanent things” that constitute the glory of Western Civilization. Or perhaps you joined us mid-voyage in our fight for that which sustains us: virtue, law and order, truth, beauty, and goodness. Maybe you have just climbed aboard as a reader recently and have newly discovered our reasoned, reflective essays (more than 7,900 in total) on issues of politics, economics, culture, and liberal learning, written by some of the greatest minds of both the present and the past (our roster of authors, living and dead, now numbers more than 1,400).

But no matter how far and how long you have journeyed with us, we consider you a companion in our fellowship, and we raise a toast to you, recalling the words of the old song:

And there’s a hand my trusty friend!
And give me a hand o’ thine!
And we’ll take a right good-will draught,
for auld lang syne.

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The featured image is “Sentimental Ballad” by Grant Wood (1940), and is in the public domain, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

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