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G.K. Chesterton

What Is & What Ought to Be

ON HUMANISM & BEING HUMAN

James V. Schall

November 2018

Man does not make himself. Rather, as Aristotle remarked, he is already man when he begins to wonder what he is and why he is as he is.

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The Many Identities of GKC

Chene Richard Heady

June 2014

A review of G.K. Chesterton: A Biography

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What Is a Patriot to Do?

John C. Chalberg

March 2004

Review of The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton: Volume XX

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Falling Off Chesterton's Chariot

ON THE LOSS OF CATHOLIC IDENTITY

Marian E. Crowe

November 1996

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G.K. Chesterton, a Curmudgeon for Our Times

UNDENOMINATIONAL RELIGION & OTHER FOLLIES

Jean Bethke Elshtain

March 1994

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Distributism's Significance for Our Present Social Predicaments

James J. Thompson Jr.

May 1989

Although Chesterton cultivated a streak of romanticism and delighted in excursions into fantasyland, the source and inspiration for distributism lay elsewhere.

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The Chester-Mugg Tradition

Maclin Horton

January-February 1988

Review of The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton; Vol. I and Vintage Muggeridge edited by Geoffrey Barlow

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Chesterton: A Literary Babe Ruth

Pete Sheehan

July August 1986

GKC won not only a popular following but also the respect and admiration — if not always the agreement — of serious intellectual and literary figures of his time.

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A Chestertonian Adrift in an Ideological World

CONFESSIONS OF AN APOSTATE

Christopher Derrick

November 1985

If you favor the cause of orthodoxy or tradition in Catholic faith and morals, you should break the close link that exists between that cause and the cause of the political Right.

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