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1. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Dominic A. Aquila Editor's Message
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part i - symposia
2. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Kenneth L. Grasso Introduction
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Gerard V. Bradley The Pluralist Game: Francis Canavan on Law, Public Morality, and Pluralism in Contemporary America
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Robert R. Hunt Are There Two or One?: Francis Canavan on the Nature of Liberalism
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William R. Luckey Purpose as Limit: Francis Canavan and the Political Theory of Speech and Press
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Robert F. Cuervo Francis Canavan and the Recovery of Edmund Burke
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Kenneth L. Grasso A Distinctive Idea of Freedom: Francis Canavan and Contemporary Catholic Social Thought
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Gary D. Glenn Intersections of Catholic and American Political Thought: A Symposium: Introduction
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Carson Holloway "It's the Soul, Stupid": Contemporary America's Preoccupation with the Politics of Prosperity
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Gary D. Glenn Comments on Holloway on Tocqueville
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John Stack Jacques Maritain's America
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Gary D. Glenn Comments on Stack on Maritain
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Robert J. Phillips In Sincerity We Trust?: The Supreme Court on Freedom of Conscience
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Gary D. Glenn Comments on Phillips on Conscientious Objection
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part ii - articles
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Thomas V. Svogun Law's Virtue and the Formal Structure of an Integrative Jurisprudence
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Andrew W. Foshee, William F. Campbell Catholic Social Encyclicals and Wilhelm Roepke's Political Economy of the "Third Way"
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Carmine Gorga, Stuart B. Weeks Fisheries Renewal: A Renewal of the Soul of Business
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Joseph M. de Torre Human Transcendence: The Principle of Subsidiarity and the Role of Authority
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V. Bradley Lewis Natural Law in Irish Constitutional Jurisprudence
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Eileen R. Kelly Social and Public Policy Implications of Corporate Downsizing: A Catholic Perspective
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