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Being Earnest

Being Earnest

Why is it that America is loved and despised, resented and emulated and envied—often all at the same time?
Extremists All!

Extremists All!

Levitas leaves the impression that there is nothing native to the United States that might enable us to resist the evils of racism and anti-semitism.
A Readable Kant

A Readable Kant

This new edition caters to those seeking a readable, readily available, and reliably literal translation of Kant's Metaphysics of Morals
The Lonely Scold

The Lonely Scold

Is Nader's truculence and grating moralism simply the product of the peculiar personality or is it the result of a "public interest" political ideology
Why Males Rule

Why Males Rule

The American constitutional regime is designed to satisfy both the manly desire to rule and popular desire to be free from tyrannical rule
A Rake’s Progress

A Rake’s Progress

Brookhiser gives us a portrait of a man who is too worldly to be approached as a hero, yet not so world-weary that we can be cynical.

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