Readings


Politics

  • The First Amendment Bubble, by Amy Gajda.
  • Politics and Rhetoric, by James Martin.
  • Illiberal Reformers, by Thomas C. Leonard.
  • Publishing The Prince, by Jacob Soll.
  • The Presidents and the Constitution, Ed. by Ken Gormley.
  • Strangers in Their Own Land, by Arlie Russell Hochschild.
  • The Closing of the Liberal Mind, by Kim R. Holmes.
  • Media and Democracy, by James Curran.
  • Anarchism, by Colin Ward.
  • Moral Limit and Possibility in World Politics, Ed. by Richard M. Price.
  • An Eye for an Eye, by Mitchel P. Roth.
  • Critical Perspectives on the Crisis of Global Governance, Ed. by Stephen Gill.
  • Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, by Arthur D. Robbins.
  • Beyond Red and Blue, by Peter S. Wenz.
  • Religion and the Political Imagination, Ed. by Ira Katznelson and Gareth Stedman Jones.
  • Marx After Marx, by Harry Harootunian.
  • A War for the Soul of America, by Andrew Hartman.
  • Radicals for Capitalism, by Brian Doherty.
  • The Cultural Cold War, by Frances Stonor Saunders.
  • The Reactionary Mind, by Corey Robin.
  • Democracy Growing Up, by Laura Janara.
  • Ockham and Political Discourse in the Late Middle Ages, by Takashi Shogimen.
  • Hindenburg, by Anna von der Goltz.
  • It's Even Worse Than It Looks, by Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein.
  • Law, Legislation and Liberty, by F.A. Hayek.
  • Where Does the Money Go?, by Scott Bittle & Jean Johnson.
  • Means to an End, by Lee Feinstein and Tod Lindberg.
  • 1920: The Year of the Six Presidents, by David Pietrusza.
  • A Theory of Political Obligation, by Margaret Gilbert.
  • Nothing to Hide, by Daniel J. Solove.
  • Three Kings, by Lloyd C. Gardner.
  • Power Politics, by Francis Tombs.
  • The Failed Promise of Originalism, by Frank B. Cross.
  • Anarchy and Legal Order, by Gary Chartier.
  • Religious Politics and Secular States, by Scott W. Hibbard.
  • The Foundations of Deliberative Democracy, by Jürg Steiner.
  • The Political Origins of Religious Liberty, by Anthony Gill.
  • Reasonable Disagreement, by Christopher McMahon.
  • Faith, Reason, and Consent, by Wm. G. Miller.
  • A History of Western Political Thought, by J. S. McClelland.
  • The Secular Contract, by Alex Schulman.
  • The Nature of Supreme Court Power, by Matthew E. K. Hall.
  • Progressivism: A Very Short Introduction, by Walter Nugent.
  • 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.
  • The Founding Fathers and the Debate over Religion in Revolutionary America, Ed. by Matthew L. Harris and Thomas S. Kidd.
  • The Tyranny of Cliches, by Jonah Goldberg.
  • Revolution and the Republic, by Jeremy Jennings.
  • Inventing the "American Way", by Wendy L. Wall.
  • Punishment for Sale, by Donna Selman and Paul Leighton.
  • Religion and Politics in International Relations, by Timothy Fitzgerald.
  • Egalitarianism, Ed. by Nils Holtug and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen.
  • The Third Lie, by Richard J. Gelles.
  • Egalitarianism as a Revolt Against Nature and Other Essays, by Murray N. Rothbard.
  • Ruling by Statute, by Sebastian M. Saiegh.
  • Laws and Lawmakers, by Marc Lange.
  • Liberty for All, by Elizabeth Price Foley.
  • The Blame Game, by Christopher Hood.
  • Disunion!, by Elizabeth R. Varon.
  • Roosevelt's Purge, by Susan Dunn.
  • Philosophy, Literature, and Politics, Ed by Charles R. Embry and Barry Cooper.
  • The Values Divide, by John Kenneth White.
  • God and Global Order, Ed by Jonathan Chaplin and Robert Joustra.
  • Daniel Webster and the Oratory of Civil Religion, by Craig R. Smith.
  • Stealing You Blind, by Iain Murray.
  • The Modern World-System IV, by Immanuel Wallerstein.
  • Boulevard of Broken Dreams, by Josh Lerner.
  • The Enlightenment of Sympathy, by Michael L. Frazer.
  • The Rise and Fall of Neoliberalism, Ed. by Kean Birch and Vlad Mykhnenko.
  • Republicanism and Political Theory, Ed. by Cécile Laborde and John Maynor.
  • The Media and the Far Right in Western Europe, by Antonis A. Ellinas.
  • Reclaiming the Enlightenment, by Stephen Eric Bronner.
  • In Marx’s Shadow, Ed. by Costica Bradatan and Serguei Alex. Oushakine.
  • A Time for Choosing, by Jonathan M. Schoenwald.
  • Sacred Causes, by Michael Burleigh.
  • Borderlines and Borderlands, Ed. by Alexander C. Diener and Joshua Hagen.
  • Deciding to Leave, by Artemus Ward.
  • The Last Utopia, by Samuel Moyn.
  • The Road from Mont Pelerin, Ed. by Philip Mirowski and Dieter Plehwe.
  • How Enemies Become Friends, by Charles A. Kupchan.
  • The End of Arrogance, by Steven Weber and Bruce W. Jentleson.
  • For Both Cross and Flag, by William Issel.
  • Political Philosophy, by Dudley Knowles.
  • The Libertarian Idea, by Jan Narveson.
  • Diversity, by Peter Wood.
  • The Roots of Obama's Rage, by Dinesh D'Souza.
  • Poverty, Participation, and Democracy, Ed. by Anirudh Krishna.
  • Hard Line, by Colin Dueck.
  • How Democratic Is the American Constitution?, by Robert A. Dahl.
  • The Myth of the Rational Voter, by Bryan Caplan.
  • Fairness in International Climate Change Law and Policy, by Friedrich Soltau.
  • Political Judgement, Ed. by Richard Bourke and Raymond Geuss.
  • Reaping the Whirlwind, by John R. Pottenger.
  • Religion, State, and Society, Ed. by Robert Fatton, Jr. and R. K. Ramazani.
  • Hannah Arendt, Totalitarianism, and the Social Sciences, by Peter Baehr.
  • Religion and the Obligations of Citizenship, by Paul J. Weithman.
  • Why Nations Fight, by Richard Ned Lebow.
  • The Founding Fathers and the Place of Religion in America, by Frank Lambert.
  • The Scottish People and the French Revoloution, by Bob Harris.
  • Abolition, by Seymour Drescher.
  • The Terrorist Identity, by Michael P. Arena and Bruce A. Arrigo.
  • Immigration Worldwide, Ed. by Uma A. Segal, Doreen Elliott, and Nazneen S. Mayadas.
  • Constitutional Debates on Freedom of Religion, Ed. by John J. Patrick and Gerald P. Long.
  • Reinventing Britain, Ed. by Andrew McDonald.
  • After America, by Paul Starobin.
  • From Reich to State, by Michael Rowe.
  • Liberalism with Honor, by Sharon R. Krause.
  • 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.
  • The Democratic Virtues of the Christian Right, by Jon A. Shields.
  • Academic Keywords, by Cary Nelson and Stephen Watt.
  • The Living Constitution, by David A. Strauss.
  • Political Hypocrisy, by David Runciman.
  • The Trouble with Terror, by Tamar Meisels.
  • 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.
  • Church-State Issues in America Today, Vol. 1, Ed. by Ann W. Duncan and Steven L. Jones.
  • Machiavelli's God, by Maurizio Viroli.
  • Terror and the War on Dissent, by Ian Cram.
  • The Second Disestablishment, by Steven K. Green.
  • Libertarianism Today, by Jacob H. Huebert.
  • Religion and Democracy in the United States, Ed. by Alan Wolfe and Ira Katznelson.
  • 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.
  • The Unsustainable American State, Ed. by Lawrence Jacobs and Desmond King.
  • 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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