Books and authors: June 2008 Archives



What he says:

Goldberg is certainly right when he says that most academics have willfully ignored modern liberalism's progressive-fascist roots, although scholars such as James Ceaser, John Marini, and others (including me) have in fact been calling attention to the progressive origins of modern liberalism for the past 20 years. Liberal Fascism clearly draws from these works but makes surprisingly little reference to them, even in a few instances when the book's observations sound awfully familiar.

What he means:

Where my props at, yo?
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Dante Exhonerated


I don't know which is the more absurd part of this story -- that Florence's city council is debating Dante or that five of the twenty-four councilmen opposed lifting Dante's exile seven centuries after the fact.

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