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Intercollegiate Review Archive

Volume 34, Number 1
Fall 1998


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  • Severing the Ties that Bind: Women, the Family, and Social Institutions
    Elizabeth Fox-Genovese
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  • The Moral Imagination in an Age of Sentiments
    Vigen Guroian
  • Conservatism’s Third and Final Battle
    William A. Rusher
  • A Return to Humane Architecture
    Steven J. Schloeder
  • Silencing Susanna: The Rise of Neosexism and the Denigration of Women
    Catherine Brown Tkacz


  • Can Literature Survive the Academy?
    Andrew J. Angyal
  • A Woman’s Place?
    Emily Fisher Gray
  • A Landmark Revisited: Review and Consideration of George H. Nash’s The Conservative Movement in A
    James E. Person, Jr. & Paul Gottfried


It would be retrogression to attach oneself today to the ossified formulas of the Enlightenment We cannot avoid revising the fundamental definitions of human life and human society. Is it true that man is above everything? Is there no Higher Spirit above him? If the world has not come to its end, it has approached a major turn in history, equal in importance to the turn from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance. I t will exact from us a spiritual upsurge, we shall have to rise to anew height of vision, to a new level of life No one on earth has any way left but-upward.
—Alexander Solzhenitsyn

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