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The Fall 2016 Issue of TOS

The online, ebook, and Kindle editions of the Fall issue of TOS have been published; the audio edition will be posted on Friday; and the print edition will be mailed shortly.

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The contents of the Fall issue are:

FEATURES
Reclaiming Spirituality for Lovers of Life
Craig Biddle

The Greeks and America’s Founding Fathers, Part 1: The Greek Frame
Timothy Sandefur

The Roots of Capitalism and Statism in the West
Michael Dahlen

Liberal Education and the Quest for Truth, Freedom, and Greatness
C. Bradley Thompson

The Socialist Holocaust and its American Deniers
Andrew Bernstein

Liberal Right vs. Regressive Left and Religious “Right”
Craig Biddle

BOOK REVIEWS
Defending Free Speech, edited by Steve Simpson
Reviewed by Jim Brown

The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization, by Arthur Herman
Reviewed by Jon Hersey

Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera, by Ron Schick
Reviewed by Daniel Wahl

Liberated Parents, Liberated Children: Your Guide to a Happier Family, by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish
Reviewed by Daniel Wahl

DEPARTMENTS
From the Editor, Fall 2016

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