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Articles from Modern Age (June 22, 2019)

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A Notable Catch in a Tourist Town. Nicol, Alfred Poem 271
Biden on the Bus: Transporting children to faraway schools was meant as a remedy for segregation, but voters never accepted it. Now what was once the right side of public opinion may be the wrong side of history for Democrats seeking the White House. McConnell, Scott 2700
Britain's Not-So-Evil Empire. Bring, Daniel M. Book review 1421
Get Your Irish Up. Kaufman, Elliot Book review 1803
Hello. Crawford, Robert W. Poem 113
Hollander and Lukacs: Danubian Dissenters: How two Hungarian intellectuals came to view the most menacing ideologies of the 20th century through the lens of personal history. Congdon, Lee 4620
Hope Beyond Technique: On Jacques Ellul: The French polymath renowned for diagnosing technology's evils found a cure not in more technology but in God. Lurie, Robert Dean 3796
Imran Khan--Sport, Women, Power: Pakistan's prime minister translated celebrity, controversy, and populism into electoral victory. What is the West to make of him? Sandford, Christopher 4824
Language Matters. Holman, Emily Book review 1696
Lord Liverpool's Antidote to Revolution. Ingram, Robert G. Book review 1742
My Country Tis of Sie. Heilbrunn, Jacob Book review 1874
Progress and Return: Overcoming the Leftist Oligarchy: To fight tech-company censors and a cultural clerisy, the right must cultivate the mindset of the legislator, not just the conservative. Ellmers, Glenn Essay 4616
Return, Not Revolution. McCarthy, Daniel Editorial 609
The Colors of Enlightenment: Krzysztof Kieslowski's now-classic film trilogy has much to say about the fraught relationship between personal identities and a commerce-driven, transnational State. Fairchild, Steven Critical essay 4272
The Road from Damascus. Jenkins, Philip Book review 1890

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