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Marion Montgomery is the author of many books, including most recently Liberal Arts and Community and The Men I Have Chosen for Fathers.
Ellis Sandoz's new book is of such importance to us in our intellectually disoriented day as to require, not a "review," but an essay commendatory.
Why has the South had such a flowering of letters in the interval between World War I and the Korean War? Flannery O'Connor responded to that question by quoting the answer Walker Percy gave when he received the National Book Award for The Moviegoer: "Because we lost the War."
In my institution I have been sharply critical of the public relations attempts at self-justification and self-elevation in the interest of the community's largess, the larger grants of public money to support a larger and larger institution.
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