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It was drawn to my attention that this week’s episode of the ABC programme Q & A began with a rather “strong question”.1 Normally I regard this programme as a form of masochism for any self-confessed Conservative, a bit like a first century Christian wanting to kill time at the Colosseum. 948 more words
Review by Marshall DeRosa: "'Binding the Republican Party to Neoconservativism' A Review of Richard Lowry's Lincoln Unbound”
This review was authored by Marshall DeRosa for Nomocracy in Politics. Professor DeRosa is a Nomocracy in Politics contributor.
Lincoln Unbound: How an Ambitious Young Railsplitter Saved the American Dream—And How We Can Do It Again, by Richard Lowry (New York, NY: Broadside Books, 2013), $26.99… 1,189 more words
Review by Ted V. McAllister: "The Neoconservative Way of Thinking In Defense of the Bush Doctrine by Robert G. Kaufman"
Editorial Note: The following book review by Ted V. McAllister (posted here now with permission from ISI) reveals the flawed character of teleocratic, ideological interpretations of history. 2,064 more words