Michael J. Ard

Michael J. Ard is the author of "An Eternal Struggle: How the National Action Party Transformed Mexican Politics" (Praeger 2003).

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The House of War

Islam at the Gates: How Christendom Defeated the Ottoman Turks Diane Moczar, Sophia Institute Press, $17.95, 256 pages Once upon a time in the West, our ancestors clashed with peoples from the East. Europe was born at Marathon in 491 B.C., when Athenian hoplites defeated an invading Persian army. The defeat of Darius and his … Read more

Kirk among the Ruins

The Postmodern Imagination of Russell Kirk by Gerald J. Russello (University of Missouri Press, 264 pages, $44.95) The conservative ideas of Russell Kirk are enjoying something of a revival. The Intercollegiate Studies Institute just published an impressive edition of his essays, and scholars are producing new interpretations of his work. Perhaps the best sign of … Read more

The Politics of Reconciliation in Mexico

“Ya, ya, ya…hoy, hoy, hoy!” the delirious Mexico City crowd chanted while it filled Reforma Boulevard, partying into the night. “Now, now, now…today, today, today!” Mexico just elected a new president. But not the same old “new” president. For the first time since 1929, the ruling party, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), went down in … Read more

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