John Attarian

John Attarian writes from Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Latest by John Attarian in Chronicles

  • December 6, 2017

    Reluctance at Reveille

    The global industrial revolution being engineered by multinational firms and the dismantling of international trade barriers have produced wrenching social changes and will unleash more.

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  • Reflections in Print
    April 2000

    Reflections in Print

    Henry Regnery (1912-1996), as Jeffrey Nelson observes in his introduction, was "one of the unsung heroes of the last half-century of American cultural life."

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  • February 1998

    Be Sensitive—or Else!

    Horror stories about punishments for insensitive behavior on college campuses are old news. But leftist hypersensitivity has permeated everyday life in the real world as well.

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  • Reluctance at Reveille
    June 1997

    Reluctance at Reveille

    The global industrial revolution being engineered by multinational firms and the dismantling of international trade barriers have produced wrenching social changes and will unleash more.

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  • May 1996

    Libraries of Propaganda

    Oliver Wendell Holmes used to say that upon first glance at the books in a library "one gets a notion very speedily of the [reader's] tastes and the range of his pursuits."

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