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Shameless Self-Promotion, Part 2

The new issue of the journal I edit--PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICAL SCIENCE--is out!

It includes a symposium edited by the world famous DANIEL J. MAHONEY on the most prudent and still among the most profound of the French thinkers of the 20th century, RAYMOND ARON. The contributors to this symposium include Bryan-Paul Frost, Pierre Manent (!!!), and Miguel Morgado of Portugal.

As if that weren’t enough, there’s an article by me on "Tocqueville at 200" and a pathbreaking commentary on Locke, absolutism, and toleration by Christopher Nadon. There’s still more! Including review essays on Philippe Beneton’s EQUALITY BY DEFAULT by (distinguished NLT blogger) Carl Scott and on Mansfield’s MANLINESS by Ivan Kenneally. And a review of Mahoney’s book on Jouvenel by (NLT’s sagacious) Will Morrissey.

This wonderful journal is not available on-line, although all the articles will show up there in various places soon.

Meanwhile, you could subscribe or at least get your library to do so: HELDREF PUBLICATIONS, 1319 18th NW, Washington, DC 20036-1802. HELDREF does have a website that makes subscribing easier.

If you want a free, sample copy of this issue, email me at plawler@berry.edu and I’ll do my best to get one to you.

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Here is the link to Heldref Publications in order to subscribe to Perspectives on Political Science.

Peter, you’ll be happy to hear that I just subscribed. For those of you who don’t know of Perspectives, it really is a first-rate, must-read, fairly high-and-certainly middle brow journal of politics, political philosophy, political science, and (some) culture. Good stuff. Who knows, you might end up writing for it!

If your persue the classic past issues of PPS, you will find an astonishing number of outstanding contributions by Paul both in the article and review sections. Check out, for example, the symposium he did on Montesquieu.

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