1 edition of hand book of the Conservative argument, 1904. found in the catalog.
hand book of the Conservative argument, 1904.
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book can hardly be considered 'conservative' as of the respective times of their composition. they were by contrast incendiary, radical documents that shook european monarchism at its foundation. they were the world's leftwing at that time, and continue to be leftwing instruments when the world remains awash in monarchism, theocracy.
Here is my list of the most important works produced in the last half century or so that every conservative should read. The list includes books written by conservatives as well as book that discuss themes that are important to conservatism.
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The Conservative's Handbook provides a conservative viewpoint on a wide range of issues: guns, global warming, drugs, partial birth abortion, education, political correctness, entrepreneurs, and the wisdom of Ronald Reagan. If, as some have said, conservatives are ruled by facts and liberals by emotions, one/5(28).
I had thought this book was a selection of essays drawn from Horowitz's nine volume 'The Black Book of the American Left,' but it is in fact the first volume of that series, entitled 'My Life & Times'. Part 1 'Reflections on My Life' contains essays primarily dealing with his journey from the left to the right, and why the right wing of the /5(91).
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Bukichi Miki (三木 武吉, Miki Bukichi, 15 August – 4 July ) was a Japanese politician. He was a close friend and ally of Ichiro Hatoyama, and was the key figure in carrying out the "conservative merger" that resulted in the formation of the Liberal Democratic Party. Despite being a powerful conservative politician in the Taishō and Shōwa eras, Miki remarkably never held any Alma mater: Waseda University.
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WARNING: This book may inform you, humor you, or enrage you. The Conservative's Handbook provides a conservative viewpoint on a wide range of issues: guns, global warming, drugs, partial birth abortion, education, political correctness, entrepreneurs, and the wisdom of Ronald Reagan.
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The name universally used in English for this book is "Genesis." This name is a transliteration of the Greek word γένεσις, which constitutes the regular title from of old in the Septuagint and was taken over by Jerome into the Vulgate—Liber made a new departure when he substituted in his German Bible the title "The First Book of.
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Welch, a BYU professor of law, admits that “the best early manuscripts” lack tois archaiois in Matthewbut he errs in saying that “the KJV and the Sermon at the Temple [in the Book of Mormon] capture a correct meaning when they include the phrase. This book is also less bad than most of the others in its treatment of religion.
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Condition: Near Fine. Signed and inscribed by the author at the title page, "To Francis~/ Best,/ John W.
Dean". The boards are very lightly shelf worn, otherwise the boards are bright and clean, the pages are crisp and clean, without tears, the text is unmarked, and the book is tightly bound and in near fine condition.
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