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Hindenburg, by Anna von der Goltz.
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Means to an End, by Lee Feinstein and Tod Lindberg.
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Faith, Reason, and Consent, by Wm. G. Miller.
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A Slaveholders' Union, by George William Van Cleve.
Degradation, by Kevin W. Saunders.
If You're an Egalitarian, How Come You're So Rich?, by G. A. Cohen.
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Disunion!, by Elizabeth R. Varon.
Roosevelt's Purge, by Susan Dunn.
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Stealing You Blind, by Iain Murray.
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Boulevard of Broken Dreams, by Josh Lerner.
The Enlightenment of Sympathy, by Michael L. Frazer.
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Political Philosophy, by Dudley Knowles.
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Diversity, by Peter Wood.
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Poverty, Participation, and Democracy, Ed. by Anirudh Krishna.
Hard Line, by Colin Dueck.
How Democratic Is the American Constitution?, by Robert A. Dahl.
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Fairness in International Climate Change Law and Policy, by Friedrich Soltau.
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Religion and the Obligations of Citizenship, by Paul J. Weithman.
Why Nations Fight, by Richard Ned Lebow.
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Abolition, by Seymour Drescher.
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Dishonest to God, by Mary Warnock.
Hayek and After, by Jeremy Shearmur.
Electing Justice, by Jonathan Haidt.
Ancient Greek Political Thought in Practice, by Paul Cartledge.
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Academic Keywords, by Cary Nelson and Stephen Watt.
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Political Hypocrisy, by David Runciman.
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Not a Suicide Pact, by Richard A. Posner.
Rome Wasn't Burnt in a Day, by Joe Scarborough.
Overcriminalization, by Douglas Husak.
The Anti-Intellectual Presidency, by Elvin T. Lim.
For a New Liberty, by Murray N. Rothbard.
Defending the Society of States, by Jason Ralph.
The Aryan Jesus, by Susannah Heschel.
God and Race in American Politics, by Mark A. Noll.
Christianity's Impact on World Politics, by Kurt W. Jefferson.
Fortunes of Change, by David Callahan.
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Machiavelli's God, by Maurizio Viroli.
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The Second Disestablishment, by Steven K. Green.
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Reinhold Niebuhr and Contemporary Politics, Ed. by Richard Harries and Stephen Platten.
Conservative Christians and Political Participation, by Glenn H. Utter and James L. True.
The Education of Ronald Reagan, by Thomas W. Evans.
The Lost History of the Ninth Amendment, by Kurt T. Lash.
Lincoln and the Court, by Brian McGinty.
Why Blame Israel?, by Neill Lochery.
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The Rise of Israel, by Jonathan Adelman.
The Dirty Dozen, by Robert A. Levy and William Mellor.
The Tyranny of Guilt, by Pascal Bruckner.
Sacred and Secular, by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart.
God is Back, by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge.
God in the Corridors of Power, by Michael Ryan and Les Switzer.
The American Constitution and the Debate over Originalism, by Dennis J. Goldford.
Restoring Free Speech and Liberty on Campus, by Donald Alexander Downs.
Religious Experience, Justification, and History, by Matthew C. Bagger.
America Behind Bars, by Rick Ruddell.
Religious Voices in Public Places, Ed. by Nigel Biggar and Linda Hogan.
The Neo-liberal State, by Raymond Plant.
The Democratic Virtues of the Christian Right, by Jon A. Shields.
Courting Disaster, by Marc A. Thiessen.
The Animal Research War, by P. Michael Conn and James V. Parker.
The Narcissim of Minor Diferences, by Peter Baldwin.
The World the Sixties Made, Ed. by Van Gosse and Richard Moser.
Democracy at Risk, by Jennifer L. Merolla and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister.
God and the Founders, by Vincent Phillip Munoz.
Orthodoxy and the Cold War, by Lucian N. Leustean.
A Turn to Empire, by Jennifer Pitts.
Judging Mohammed, by Susan J. Terrio.
The Politically Correct University, Ed. by Robert Maranto, Richard E. Redding, and Frederick M. Hess.
Ivory Towers on Sand, by Martin Kramer.
Denying the Holocaust, by Deborah E. Lipstadt.
Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought, Ed. by Michael W. McConnell, Robert F. Cochran, Jr., and Angela C. Carmella.
Eric Voegelin and the Problem of Christian Political Order, by Jeffrey C. Herndon.
Politics and Religion in the White South, Ed. by Glenn Feldman.
Gusher of Lies, by Robert Bryce.
Fatal Future?, by Richard M. Pearlstein.
A Nation by Design, by Aristide R. Zolberg.
Liberty and Tyranny, by Mark R. Levin.
Hating America, by Barry Rubin and Judith Colp Rubin.
Hitler's Crusade, by Lorna Waddington.
Total Cure, by Harold S. Luft.
The Powers of War and Peace, by John Yoo.
The End of Secularism, by Hunter Baker.
Mr. Adams’s Last Crusade, by Joseph Wheelan.
The Character of Nations, by Angelo M. Codevilla.
Religion and Politics, by John W. Storey and Glenn H. Utter.
A Matter of Faith, Ed. by David E. Campbell.
The Road to Serfdom, by F. A. Hayek.
The Cambridge Companion to Hayek, Ed. by Edward Feser.
Politics and Religion in the Modern World, Ed. by George Moyser.
Religion, Realism and Social Theory, by Philip A. Mellor.
Cultural Transformation and Religious Practice, by Graham Ward.
Murder in Amsterdam, by Ian Buruma.
Freedom’s Orphans, by David L. Tubbs.
Faith in Schools?, by Ian MacMullen.
Regulating Aversion, by Wendy Brown.
Women and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Britain, by Karen O’ Brien.
Rejecting Rights, by Sonu Bedi.
God’s Democracy, by Emilio Gentile.
Conspiracy Theory in Film, Television, and Politics, by Gordon B. Arnold.
Between Church and State, by James W. Fraser.
Thomas Paine, by Gregory Claeys.
Alexis de Tocqueville and American Intellectuals, by Matthew Mancini.
The Anti Chomsky Reader, Ed. by Peter Collier and David Horowitz.
Global Lies?, by Mark D. Alleyne.
Enlightenment’s Wake, by John Gray.
First Principles, by Don Foy.
The Constitutionalism of American States, Ed. by George E. Connor and Christopher W. Hammons.
The God Strategy, by David Domke and Kevin Coe.
The Burke-Wollstonecraft Debate, by Daniel I. O'Neill.
Terror, by Leonard A. Cole.
Revolutionary Characters, by Gordon S. Wood.
Earthly Powers, by Michael Burleigh.
Bonds of Affection, by Matthew S. Holland.
Unconquerable Nation, by Brian Michael Jenkins.
The Politics of Piety, by Megan C. Armstrong.
Political Correctness and Higher Education, by John Lea.
Critiquing Free Speech, by Matthew D.Bunker.
The Holy Vote, by Ray Suarez.
Thicker Than Oil, by Rachel Bronson.
Will Israel Survive?, by Mitchell G. Bard.
The French Revolution, by Peter McPhee.
Immigration Policy and the Terrorist Threat in Canada and the United States, Ed. by Alexander Moens and Martin Collacott.
Peace Process, by William B. Quandt.
Blindside, Ed. by Francis Fukuyama.
Persecution, by David Limbaugh.
The School of History, by Mark Munn.
The Illusion of Control, by Seyom Brown.
Masters of Illusion, by Steven Rosefielde and D. Quinn Mills.
Climate of Extremes, by Patrick J. Michaels and Robert C. Balling Jr.
The Making of Modern Europe, 1648–1780, by Geoffrey Treasure.
Barbarism and Civilization, by Bernard Wasserstein.
War in Palestine 1948, by David Tal.
The Mind of Gladstone, by D. W. Bebbington.
Reason and Horror, by Morton Schoolman.
America Alone, by Mark Steyn.
Routledge Handbook of Religion and Politics, Ed. by Jeffrey Haynes.
Revolutionary America, by Francis D. Cogliano.
The French Revolution, by William Doyle.
God in the White House, by Randall Balmer.
How The West Was Lost, by Alexander Boot.
Church and State in America, by James H. Hutson.
Religion and the Politics of Tolerance, by Marie A. Eisenstein.
Religion and the American Presidency, Ed. by Mark J. Rozell and Gleaves Whitney.
Letter from a Christian Citizen, by Douglas Wilson.
Uncouth Nation: Why Europe Dislikes America, by Andrei S. Markovits.
Whose Freedom?, by George Lakoff.
Separation of Church and State, by Philip Hamburger.
Why the Rest Hate the West, by Meic Pearse.
Civilization and Its Enemies, by Lee Harris.
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