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November 22, 2017

Modern Age Archive

Founded in 1957, Modern Age has long been regarded as "the principal quarterly of the intellectual Right." Modern Age's founding editor, Russell Kirk, articulated at the outset the journal's mission: "to pursue a conservative policy for the sake of a liberal understanding." Modern Age's consistent dedication to this purpose has played an important part in the post-war conservative intellectual revival.

By choosing the time period below, visitors are invited to search and read from past issues.

Current Time Period: 1995 – 1999

Winter 1995

Volume 37
Number 2

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Spring 1995

Volume 37
Number 3

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Summer 1995

Volume 37
Number 4

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Fall 1995

Volume 38
Number 1

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Winter 1996

Volume 38
Number 2

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Summer 1996

Volume 38
Number 3

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Fall 1996

Volume 38
Number 4

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Winter 1997

Volume 39
Number 1

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Spring 1997

Volume 39
Number 2

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Summer 1997

Volume 39
Number 3

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Fall 1997

Volume 39
Number 4

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Winter 1998

Volume 40
Number 1

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Spring 1998

Volume 40
Number 2

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Summer 1998

Volume 40
Number 3

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Fall 1998

Volume 40
Number 4

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Winter 1999

Volume 41
Number 1

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Spring 1999

Volume 41
Number 2

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Summer 1999

Volume 41
Number 3

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Fall 1999

Volume 41
Number 4

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