New English Review

August 2012

Horses in a Meadow by Edgar Degas



A Doctor Writes by Theodore Dalrymple

Spirit Dwells in the Mind of Man by Rebecca Bynum

Mr Delingpole’s Embarrassment by David Wemyss

The Tyranny of Artistic Modernism

by Mark Anthony Signorelli and Nikos A. Salingaros

A Reader’s Regrets by Bryce Rogers

When Time Met Inclination by Mary Jackson

The Measure of All Things by David P. Gontar

The Book of Enoch a review by Matthew Walther

A Self-Inflicted Injury: Immigration, Infiltration and Canada's Growing Islamist Threat

by Jerry Gordon and David B. Harris

Meet Taner Akcam, Anti-Denialist by Dexter Van Zile

The Liberal Rejection of Christian Zionists

by Matthew M. Hausman

What Lies Behind the Anti-Israel Position of Some Mainline Churches in America?

by Jerry Gordon and Dexter Van Zile

Syria Does Not Want Bashar al-Assad. Does it want … Hafez al-Assad?

by Alexander Maistovoy

The Temple Mount and Jewish Sovereignty by Moshe Dann

When Conquistadores Finally Prevail by Geoffrey Clarfield

A Forgotten Heroine of the Norwegian Resistance

by Norman Berdichevsky

Why Are the EDL Going to Walthamstow Shortly?

by Esmerelda Weatherwax

Work Ethics by G. Murphy Donovan

Joyce Carol Oates’ Success by Richard Kostelanetz



The Trump by György Faludy

translated from the Hungarian and edited

by Thomas Ország-Land

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