Meehan, H. Elizabeth; Barry, Donald F.; Patten, C. Louis; Kalnins, Ojar; Bowling, John W.; Alisky, Marvin; Fletcher, William C.; Bower, Wilmar B.; Fusco, III, Michael A.
October 1982
National Review;10/1/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p1182
Several letters to the editor in response to articles in previous issues of the journal including "The Struggle over the Role of the Court," by Robert Bork in the September 17 issue, "Arms and the Poor," by Michael Novak in the September 3 issue, "Conservatism: A Succinct Description," by Russell Kirk in the September 1 issue, and "Soviet Vulnerabilities" in the August 20 issue are presented.


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