Thomas E. Woods Jr.

Thomas E. Woods, Jr., is associate editor of The Latin Mass and coauthor of The Great Façade: Vatican II and the Regime of Novelty in the Roman Catholic Church (Remnant).

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  • The Path of Less Resistance
    May 2003

    The Path of Less Resistance

    Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (formerly the Holy Office) since 1983, has exercised enormous influence within the Catholic Church.

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  • A Limited Victory
    September 2002

    A Limited Victory

    Gore Vidal, award-winning essayist, novelist, and playwright, has been a keen observer of American culture and politics for several decades. Yet when he originally submitted to major American magazines of opinion the essay that forms the first chapter of his new book, Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace, he found himself completely shut out.

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  • In Defense of Gravity
    January 2000

    In Defense of Gravity

    John T. Flynn had the distinction of being singled out by Franklin D. Roosevelt as a writer who "should be barred hereafter from the columns of any presentable daily paper, monthly magazine, or national quarterly."

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  • July 1996

    Ron Paul and the Two GOPs

    In a recent political upset, former Congressman Ron Paul soundly defeated the influential and well-connected incumbent Greg Laughlin in the Republican congressional primary in Texas's 14th district.

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  • May 1996

    Battling Cyberhate

    Such obnoxious efforts to monitor the activities of law-abiding citizens can only exacerbate the very alienation from the present regime that led to rightwing activism on the Internet in the first place.

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  • Nietzsche for Kids
    January 1996

    Nietzsche for Kids

    It is a rare polemicist who makes a successful career in fiction. But in The Fountainhead (1943) and Atlas Shrugged (1957)—and with all the subtlety of dropping a grand piano on her reader's head—Ayn Rand conveyed her harsh philosophy to a broad audience and gamed what has invariably been described as a cult following.

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  • June 1995

    Columbia University

    Most of us recognize that cries for "tolerance" have become the left's weapon of choice in its erosion of those few civilized norms that remain in American life.

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  • September 1994


    Four years at Harvard have made me much thicker-skinned than I used to be. To be sure, it was more than a little unsettling when my freshman dormitory held a mandatory sensitivity session at which each student was forced to say: "Hello, my name is . . . , and I'm gay."

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