Redeeming the Time

By |2014-06-06T15:07:32-05:00October 2nd, 2012|Categories: Books, Russell Kirk|Tags: , |

Redeeming the Time by Russell Kirk This posthumously published collection of Russell Kirk’s essays once again reminds us of the extent of our loss. For in addition to an enviable erudition and a penchant for identifying essential issues, theoretical and practical, he was a great teacher. Never talking down to his readers, he displayed a [...]

A Specialist in the American South: Eugene Genovese

By |2014-02-24T16:43:45-06:00July 3rd, 2012|Categories: Books, History, Sean Busick|Tags: , |

Eugene Genovese is one of the foremost American historians. A former Marxist, he is often branded a conservative—”a label applied to me frequently these days by people who understand nothing,” he wrote in 1994. Though he may eschew being labeled a conservative Genovese admits to having always admired much in conservative thought while being a [...]

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