Neuhaus, Richard John
November 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov1991, Issue 17, p70
Deals with an article in "The New Republic" which attacks the late author Mircea Eliade for having been a fascist and supporter of the Romanian Iron Guard in the 1930s. Personal and career background; Description of the scandal caused by Eliade; Character flaw of Eliade.


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