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Liberal-Democracy as Illiberalism — the Subversion of Liberty

The Specter of Soft Totalitarianism By Daniel J. Mahoney Alexis de Tocqueville ends his classic work Democracy in America (published in two volumes in 1835 and 1840) with an evocative description of a new “species of oppression” that he believed … Continue reading

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Socialism: its Violent Impulses and Fallacies

The Violence Inherent in “Christian Socialism” by Dr. Joel McDurmon   Socialism means the denial of private property to a great or even total degree. It means the use of State power—violence inherent in the power of the sword and … Continue reading

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Pentecost’s Power: Subversion and Victory

Cultural Subversion By P. Andrew Sandlin Because culture is religion externalized, every attempt to alter the structure and content of a culture constitutes a form of religious subversion. The ancient Greek philosophers were well aware of the possibility of cultural … Continue reading

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