WHILE WE'RE AT IT by ProQuest

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Founded by Michael Novak and Notre Dame philosopher Ralph McInerny, Crisis rendered invaluable service in the 1980s and 1990s by challenging with intellectual force the hegemony then enjoyed by liberal proponents of the "post-Vatican II Church" as represented by, inter alia, lay-edited Commonweal and Jesuit-edited America. Assimilating what is of undeniable value in secular modernity's embrace of religious pluralism, freedom of conscience, individual autonomy, and the equal dignity of men and women requires genuine discernment. . . . Liberal Fascism is worth reading as a provocative and frequently instructive romp through modern political history, and as an antidote to stereotypes that have long befuddled popular understandings of what is left and what is right. * Manhattan is rich in architectural monuments to expired faith.

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