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Proletarian Order: Antonio Gramsci and the Occupation of the Factories, 1919-1920

Proletarian Order: Antonio Gramsci and the Occupation of the Factories, 1919-1920

My first comment is to note that the not-so-kind Professor—and it seems there is no aspect of human affairs so absurd or so preposterous that some professor somewhere has not built a highly lucrative tenure teaching upon its foundation—far from adher... Read On

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While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam is Destroying the West From Within

This is a clarion call from an American writer alarmed at the growing presence of Islam and Muslims in post-9/11 Europe. The title says it all:  liberal immigration and welfare policies of modern Europe, both EU and non-EU states, have caused their e... Read On

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The Red Decade, by Eugene Lyons

The Red Decade, by Eugene Lyons

A remarkable work studiously ignored when it was published in mid-1941 and alternately attacked or maligned by America’s mainstream press and censored class-rooms since. Could perhaps be sub-titled “The Great American Children’s Crusade” ... Read On

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Guerillas, by V.S. Naipal

Guerillas, by V.S. Naipal

Rich with sullen anger and irony, in Naipaul’s novel, a Caribbean island’s fragile racial balance unravels when a slumming ex-journalist from London opts to relieve her boredom by making an ill-considered sexual conquest. The result is de... Read On

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Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Grendel, by John Gardner, reviewed by C.J. Burch

Ookay, just for all of you who are so far removed from College English Lit Class that you can’t remember what the hell it was you were supposed to have learned, much less the important stuff like the cleavage on the babe three rows over who wore thos... Read On

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Liberal Fascism: the Secret History of the American Left, by Jonah Goldberg 2007

Liberal Fascism: the Secret History of the American Left, by Jonah Goldberg 2007

A masterpiece. Densely researched and documented, well-organized, and a skillful riposte to so-called “Progressives” who, in Goldberg’s view, not only disguise their contemporary political aims of attempting to remake society and human nature b... Read On

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The Terror Dream: Fear and Fantasy in Post 9/11 America

The Terror Dream: Fear and Fantasy in Post 9/11 America

You might remember Susan Faludi from Backlash, her feminist classic. Or, from Stiffed, another good book of hers where she does what the public doesn’t expect from feminists, she gives men their fair due as well. The Terror Dream follows American’s b... Read On

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Foxes In The Henhouse: How the Republicans stole the South

Foxes In The Henhouse: How the Republicans stole the South

I came home the other day to package in the mail. The postal carrier had left Jarding and Saunder’s book (and lots of other fun stuff) in a birthday gift from friends. Boy, do they know me. Political, cultural and funny at once. I think it migh... Read On

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Triple Exposure: Black, Jewish and Red in the 1950s

Triple Exposure: Black, Jewish and Red in the 1950s

Do you remember the old joke…What’s black and white and “red” all over? Well, instead of a newspaper, in this case it’s the life of Dexter Jeffries. Walking between the black and white worlds as well as being the kid of ... Read On

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