Instaurare Omnia in Christo
A captivating account that narrates, month by month, the events of 1917: Red Banners, White Mantle is popular Catholic history at its finest. The drama of the Great War and the Russian Revolution are juxtaposed with the spiritual dimension of the age: the diabolism of Rasputin, the Apparition of the Virgin at Fatima, the malignancy of Lenin, the saintly courage of (the now blessed) Charles of Austria.[ Read more ]
Making a Positive Vision of the Future Practical
Some regard him as a heretic, others as merely a misguided scientist-turned-spiritualist, still others as a prescient figure anticipating the modern Gaia hypothesis. The provocative thesis of this new biography is that Wallace, in developing his unique brand of evolution, presaged modern intelligent design theory.[ Read more ]
Pursuing Truth. Defending Liberty.
The Hillsdale College History Faculty painstakingly assembled American Heritage: A Reader in order to provide its own students with a true liberal arts education grounded in the American tradition. This comprehensive collection will provide readers both inside and outside the classroom with a traditional educational experience that enlarges and ennobles the mind.[ Read more ]
Sustaining the Modern American Conservative Movement
First published in 1960 to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Bill Buckley’s brash, consequential magazine of opinion, An Evening with National Review: Some Memorable Articles from the First Five Years is republished, in its exact form, for the enjoyment of today’s conservatives, who can see why the great writers who made National Review their journalistic home in the late 1950s remain worthwhile, entertaining, and timeless.[ Read more ]
Strengthening fundamental American values
“Now is the time to recover thrift as an ethic and revive it as a practice.”– David Blankenhorn, American Thrift: A Reader The Institute for American Values began its work on thrift-—the ethic of wise use—-in 2004, when they were invited to partner with the John Templeton Foundation in a […][ Read more ]
Reviving the American Traditions of Charity and Philanthropy
Published in 1998, Global Greens narrates the story of international environmental groups in world affairs. It examines how nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) work with the United Nations and other international organizations to promote environmentalist policies and treaties. To understand many of the current foreign policy controversies it is increasingly important to know how international environmental groups are involved.[ Read more ]
Protecting Civil Rights of All Americans
Government Is the Problem is the story of a broken welfare system that needed to be fixed, of a great leader named Ronald Reagan who said that it could be fixed, of doubters who said that it could not be fixed, and of the man—Robert B. Carleson—who fixed it. Carleson pioneered the true reform that reversed a growing dependence on the welfare state and moved America away from the ruinous path of income redistribution.
Revitalizing the Humanities
This succinct but illuminating book defends the free market, while criticizing a narrowly economistic understanding of man and society. Baldacchino argues that a sound economy has ethical and cultural prerequisites that are integral to its survival. Includes an introduction by Russell Kirk.[ Read more ]