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Published in 1987, before the overthrow and execution of Nicolae Ceausescu, this book was written by the former chief of Romania’s DIE, their equivalent to our CIA.

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Writers’ blood has often been shed when they boldly expressed their opinions, opinions that sway political leaders to shed the blood of others.

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In this book, Murray develops a strong argument calling for a return to Jeffersonian ideals of community, local government, and individualism.

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With this pathbreaking critique, Murray challenges the orthodox view of the welfare state as benefiting the poor.

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In this important chronicle of the intellectuals in America during the 1960s and the serious consequences they provoked, Podhoretz demonstrates his special gift for discerning the intellectual spirit of the times.

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Cunningham's skillful narrative pictures the public career of: (1) the author of the Declaration of Independence; (2) Governor of Virginia; (3) Minister to France; (4) Secretary of State; and (5) third President of the United States.

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Originally published in 1935, this elegant essay on the nature of the state shows the important distinction between state power and social power. "Every assumption of power, whether by gift or seizure...

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This is a fascinating and thoroughly researched reconstruction of the pivotal fourteen years from 1776 to 1790 in which our nation was formed.

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This collection of essays all relate to a common concern: the tendency of democratic republics to depart from their original animating principles and, as a consequence, to precipitate grave crises in the moral and political order.

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Through studious research into past civilizations, Burnham diagnoses the current age and finds it afflicted with destructive, nay, suicidal tendencies, which arise from the “liberal syndrome” and its applications.

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