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Paul Gottfried

Paul Gottfried is Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Elizabethtown College, where he taught for twenty-five years. He is a Guggenheim recipient and a Yale Ph.D. He writes for many websites and scholarly journals and is the author of 13 books, most recently Fascism: The Career of a Concept and Revisions and Dissents. He is currently editing for Cornell University Press an anthology on the conservative movement, and a study of antifascism. Gottfried was one of the original contributors to (then-named) Chronicles of Culture, when it was founded in 1977 by Leopold Tyrmand and John Howard. In the first 30 years of the publication’s existence he wrote for it more than 150 times.

  Vestigial Reds
  The Myth of Nazi Inevitability
  Culture and Peoples
  Nationalism for the Lukewarm
  A Gutless Persuasion
  What's Paleo, and What's Not
  Remembering the Right
  Books in Brief
  What the Editors Are Reading
  Judging the Past
  The Conservative of Convenience
  Resurrecting the Old Right
  Mending Wall
  Later, Not Better
  A Loyal Life
  Out of Harm’s Way
  Setting History Straight
  A Suppressed Embarrassment
  Shoddy Goods, Shoddy Selves
  Felix Culpa
  The Ugly Muslims
  An Oakeshott for Our Time
  Going Nowhere
  Counterrevolutionary Light
  The Peculiar Path
  Cataloguing What’s Been Lost
  Establishing the Worst
  The Art of Scam
  Where Have All the Nazis Gone?
  The Unlovely Republic
  Paul Piccone, R.I.P.
  I.O.U.: $10,000
  Whose Globe, Whose Europe?
  Inhuman Rights
  Dissensions by an Objective Reactionary
  Evildoing Nations
  Lies and More Lies
  Allowing Affirmative Action
  The Continuing Revolution
  Le Monde, the Flesh, and the Devil
  It’s the Stupids, Stupid!
  Myth of Ages
  Plus ça Change . . .
  Light Slander, Heavy Artillery
  A Welcome Anniversary
  The Rest of the Story
  A Week of Mondays
  The Dreary Icon
  All the World Against It
  MLK and Terrorism
  Talkin’ ’bout My Generation
  Capitalism and Civilization
  Something Is Missing
  Amos Perlmutter, R.I.P.
  The Last Aristotelian
  Yes, Ma'am. And Will There Be Anything Else, Ma'am?"
  The Janus Faces of War
  The International Jewish Conspiracy
  The Executioner's Tale
  Distrusting John Locke
  Mad Cows and Englishman
  Onward and Upward
  The Myth of "Red Fascism"
  A Race Apart
  Stylish Mendacity
  Virtual Education
  Political Orgies
  Under Western Eyes
  Occupied Territories
  Present at the Deconstruction
  Equality, Left and Right
  Psychological Phenomena
  Cry, the Beloved Community
  More Power to the Faculty?
  Against the Racketeers
  Moonie Gold
  The Political Vocation
  Fascism and Anti-Fascism
  The Myth of American Isolationism
  Thomas Molnar and Late Modern Decadence
  Polonophobia, Cont.
  The Rump Right
  François Furet, R.I.P.
  Targeted Missiles, Guided Democracy
  Donald Warren, R.I.P.
  Reflections in Miniature
  Authenticity and Opportunity
  Martin Luther King, Jr., as Conservative Hero
  Managed Citizenship
  And What Isn't . . .
  Robert Nisbet, R.I.P.
  Myths and Mistakes
  A Child's Garden of Neoconservatism
  Against the Invaders
  Whither the Populist Wave
  Paradise Recovered
  Geneology of a Movement
  Tackling the Judiciary
  Missing the Obvious
  Dead Weight
  Telos and the Populist Right
  Loss of a Principled Critic
  The Cosmopolitan Temptation
  New Right, New Wrong
  A Man of Letters
  Catholic Moments
  Blaming the Sixties
  Toughs, Softs, and Jewish Masculinity
  Recomposing Sociology
  Recently Discussed
  Cui Bono?
  Therapeutic Democracy
  Talking Facts: The New Anti-Semitism
  A Wilson for Our Times
  Courage in Profile
  "Socialism of Fools"
  Revived Figure of Interest
  The Democratic Crusade
  Peaceable Kingdoms
  The "Respectable Right"
  Power and Ideology
  Academics, Therapists, and the German Connection
  A Man for Distinctions
  Quis Judicabit?
  The Two Enlightenments
  The 31st President
  What Ails the Historical Profession?
  Hooked on Socialism
  A Half-Open Mind
  Sons of Jacob
  Saints or Stockbrokers?
  Roundhouse Marxism
  The Flawed Tragedian
  Rumors of War
  Errant Idealism