What’s Wrong with the World

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Short notices

In the current issue of Houston Baptist University’s The City, your humble scribe contributes to a “Discourse on Bob Dylan & America,” along with several writers of renown including Frank Beckwith, formerly of What’s Wrong with the World.

But if, per impossible Bob Dylan doesn’t interest you, there is much that will in this publication. My friend Hunter Baker of Union University in Jackson, TN, has just started an eclectic back-of-the-book column modeled on the style of the great Richard John Neuhaus. There are several other essays on art and literature, plus extensive discussion of political economy and statesmanship.

Best part about, subscription is free.

Speaking of RJN, his old journal First Things has come out with something interesting as the centerpiece of its November issue: a ranking of US colleges, but with a strong emphasis on matters of the spirit as well.

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