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Here’s a roundup of the latest content of the University Bookman, a journal founded by Russell Kirk in 1960. Today it’s published by the Russell Kirk Center, edited by National Review contributor Gerald Russello, and available only online. Check out the articles on everything from Islamic utopianism to the history of black conservatism to Terry Pratchett’s latest novel. Russell Kirk
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