Francis Fukuyama, Ian Rainey, Mike Roskin, Gary Schmitt, George Modelski, John M. Owen, IV, Eric Chenoweth, Kenneth Minogue and Max Singer.
A look at reason's self-destructive side, and an example of the same thing.
Was totalitarianism an aberration of mid-century now safely behind us, or has it merely changed its stripes?
Is the West doomed to go the way of all other civilizations--into history's bin?
Ernest Gellner's Conditions of Liberty is the best treatment of civil society to emerge from a post-Cold War perspective. Gellner himself these days is in Prague much of the time, studying the process of regeneration from the inside.
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