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Daniel J. Mahoney
Daniel J. Mahoney holds the Augustine Chair in Distinguished Scholarship at Assumption University. He is presently completing two books, The Statesman as Thinker: Ten Portraits of Greatness, Courage, and Moderation (Encounter Books), and Recovering Politics, Civilization, and the Soul: Essays on Pierre Manent and Roger Scruton (St. Augustine’s Press).
Articles by Daniel J. Mahoney
A brave attempt to rescue the term “greatness” as a meaningful metric of political achievement.
If the young are taught the terrible falsehood that “racism is and always was the dominant ideology,” then the American experiment will hang by the thinnest thread, and we will have no Lincolns to save it.
Churchill's River War is the work of a great statesman and thinker.
The regime of modern liberty desperately needs old wisdom to avoid abandoning with contempt its own crucial preconditions.
Roger Scruton: modern conservative.
Remembering a scholar and friend.
Understanding the moral and intellectual foundations of democracy.
A review of United States Reports, 1983-84, by Warren E. Burger et al.
A review of The Supreme Court Reporter, vol. 103, by Warren Burger et al.
A review of The Crisis of the European Union: A Response, by Jürgen Habermas
A review of The Democratic Soul: A Wilson Carey McWilliams Reader, by Wilson Carey McWilliams, edited by Patrick J. Deneen and Susan J. McWilliams; and Redeeming Democracy in America, by Wilson Carey McWilliams, edited by Patrick J. Deneen and Susan J. McWilliam
A review of The Uses of Pessimism: And the Danger of False Hope, by Roger Scruton
The life and soul of Alexis de Tocqueville.
Revel highlights the most irresponsible expressions of anti-American sentiment in Europe.
Many Europeans have succumbed to the temptation of a transnational community that will put an end to politics