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Home Alone coverHome Alone: A Neighbor's Thoughts on Pete Buttigieg by E. Michael Jones. Presidential aspirant South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg poses the question "What would my next-door neighbors think of all this?" in his political autobiography Shortest Way Home. In Home Alone, E. Michael Jones, who has lived with his family on the very block where Buttigieg grew up since before Buttigieg was born, answers that question, and his answer is devastating. For "virtually every ... claim in [his] book, the facts stubbornly resist the paradigm Mayor Pete brings to bear to interpret them," writes Jones, as he picks apart the fallacies in Buttigieg's self-serving autobiography. After reading Home Alone, you'll never look at Buttigieg or his presidential hopes in the same way again. $7.99, paperback; $3.59, e-book. Read More/Buy

Beyond the Bomb coverBeyond the Bomb: Werner Heisenberg and Jewish Science by E. Michael Jones. Winner of the Nobel Prize in physics in 1932, Werner Heisenberg's faith in science remained unshaken despite the atom bomb. Science was another word for truth to him, and "scientific ideas will spread only because they are true. There are objective and final criteria assuring the correctness of a scientific statement." Did this apply to Jewish science? In Germany, Heisenberg had defended Albert Einstein against the attacks of Nazi physicists who complained of his "Jewish science." But was the Jewish science of psychology deployed after the war to destroy the moral fiber of the German people "true"? Because Heisenberg could read the ancient Greek philosophers in their own language, he must have understood the importance of the concept of Logos, and that his term "central order" or "central realm" was meant to convey that term to a German-speaking audience. If so, his understanding of Logos was shorn of at least 2,300 years of development. It is no surprise, then, that Heisenberg had little to no effect on the crucial issues facing the Federal Republic during the time of his greatest cultural influence. When it came to the battle over the social engineering of the German after World War II, Heisenberg was hors de combat. Heisenberg, as a defender of Jewish physics during the Nazi era, could have made a significant contribution if he had wanted to, but there is every indication that he would have considered participation in it as, if anything, infra dig for a Nobel Prize laureate. But, as Mike Jones discovered while hiking in the mountains of Bavaria, the silence surrounding the tragedy is about to end. $14.99, paperback; $9.99, e-book. Read More/Buy

Jew Taboo coverCatholics and the Jew Taboo by E. Michael Jones. For more than 50 years now, from the breaking of the Production Code in 1965 to the Irish abortion referendum of 2018, the Catholic Church has lost every single battle in the culture wars. Archbishop Charles Chaput took note of this in a recent speech, in which he identified the enemies of the moral and social order as "secularizing activists." Sun Tzu once said if you don't know who you are and who your enemy is, you will lose every battle. The record of the Church has proven Sun Tzu right. Now it's time for a different approach. It's time to break the Jew Taboo. $7.49, paperback; $3.49, e-book. Read More/Buy

Sex with Monsters coverSex with Monsters by E. Michael Jones. Director Guillermo del Toro said that his film The Shape of Water was a remake of Creature from the Black Lagoon, which was a combination sci-fi horror flick based on the incoherent mish-mash of Christianity and Darwinist “science” that typified America of the 1950s. He referred to the creatures in both films as the “Gill-Man,” but the films are very different. In Black Lagoon, the Gill-Man is a monster; in The Shape of Water he is “a romantic lead” with a “soul.” The latent erotic possibilities in the original became explicit in the remake, which tells the story of the “Cold War-era sci-fi romance” involving “a mute cleaning lady” who “develops a crush on a captured fish-man creature” in a secret research facility. The Shape of Water could serve as a mene tekel for the American Empire, which has imposed its own form of human sacrifice, known as abortion, on its equally unwilling subjects. The Hollywood film industry has convinced us, in films like The Shape of Water, to have sex with the monster instead of killing him. We need to get back to one of the fundamental rules of civilized life: if it’s a monster, you kill it. $6.99, paperback; $3.19 e-book. Read More/Buy

Lansky coverHow Meyer Lansky Took Over The Cincinnati Ballet: And What Four Ballerinas Did About It by E. Michael Jones. In the midst of the Cincinnati Ballet’s celebration of the year of the woman, the Ballet’s head, Victoria Morgan, now known as the Ballerina Boss, had set off a stampede of ballerinas toward the exits. The women had found their voice, but they weren’t saying what the Ballerina Boss wanted to hear. The ballerinas had grown tired of doing yet another sex robot dance. A full-fledged anti-feminist rebellion was under way: all told four ballerinas were either pregnant or had already given birth. The Ballerina Boss’s promotion of feminism had created an epidemic of pregnancies. And two of the ballerinas were leaving the Ballet. They had done the thing only a woman can do: they gave birth. They had borne children, and it set them free. And the ballerinas were also talking about God. It was what Hegel would have called “der List der Vernunft” (the cunning of reason) or what Sigmund Freud would have called “the return of the repressed.” $9.99 paperback; $4.49 e-book. Read More/Buy

Francis coverPope Francis in Context: Have the End Times Arrived in Buenos Aires? by E. Michael Jones. Following Jorge Bergoglio’s elevation to the papacy, Pope Francis, in a series of dramatic gestures, led a certain segment of the Church to announce the end of the Culture Wars. The Church hadn’t won; the pope simply sidestepped the issue by reframing the argument. Pastoral care trumped doctrinal conflict. Unfortunately, the news never reached the pope’s native Argentina. In Mar del Plata, the cathedral was surrounded by a howling mob of bare-breasted women who threatened to burn it to the ground. In Tucuman, a woman dressed as the Blessed Mother threw a bucket of pig blood and guts onto the sidewalk in front of the cathedral in a performance art rendition of the abortion of Jesus Christ. In Rome, the rancorous haggling over the footnotes to Amoris Laetitia threatened to plunge the Church into schism. With the euphoria of the early days of Francis’s papacy now a distant memory, it’s time to take a look at the man at the center of the storm in the only context that allows us to make sense of the current crisis. The context is Argentina—from the halcyon days following the Eucharistic Congress in Buenos Aires around the time he was born to the troubled times when he was the Jesuit provincial during the Dirty War—and it is the only way to understand the complex figure who heads the world’s largest religious body. $9.99 paperback; $4.49 e-book. Read More/Buy

Francis coverJones on Scorsese by E. Michael Jones. The Catholic Church has faced a succession of threats from the outside from proponents of the philosophy of the Enlightenment, a philosophy often referred to as secular humanism or secularism. More disturbing is the fact that the Church is also under threat from forces supposedly inside the body of the Church, and often even more so from those who were within her family but have chosen to leave, the lapsed. The latter, especially when they have a public persona, often constitute a formidable enemy, very often as a result of personal factors that leave them in an ambiguous position. Celebrity status often allows them to hide their main motivation and agenda from their often gullible and naive audiences. A notable example is the film director Martin Scorsese. Jones on Scorsese is an investigation into the Scorsese phenomenon. Dr. Jones shows with example after example the way that Scorsese attacks the figure of Christ both on the general psychological level and on the specifically sexual level, and, going even deeper, what lies behind those attacks. In this short book, Dr. Jones takes up a series of themes of great relevance to the Church and her position in the cultural and political situation today. To read it is to become much better informed about the interplay between Catholic doctrine and ethics; on the nature of opposition to the Church; and the ever pressing need to evangelize in a community that is either hostile or merely indifferent. $9.99 paperback; $4.49 e-book. Read More/Buy

Francis coverThe Ratcatcher, a novel by E. Michael Jones. When Adam Newman arrived in Germany in 1971, he thought he was going to teach English. Caught up in the CIA-orchestrated sexualization of German culture and the violent reaction it caused, Newman went from being a teacher, to being a rock star, to being a terrorist with the Baader-Meinhof Gang. After gang members were apprehended, Newman collaborated with El Fatah and what was left of the Rote Armee Faktion in a daring plan that would either get the prisoners released or decapitate the Federal Republic by blowing up the financial and political elites held hostage at a remote castle on the lower Rhein. Newman learns what it means to be an American in the first significant post-World War II uprising against the American Empire. He learns how politics is sexual. He learns that Americans are not innocent and Germans not guilty. He learns more than he taught. $19.99 paperback; $9.99 Kindle . Read More/Buy

Pump coverThe Broken Pump in Tanzania: Julius Nyerere and the Collapse of Development Economics. Bishop Michael Msongazila invited E. Michael Jones to the diocese of Musoma to do research on Julius Nyerere, Tanzania’s founding father and first president. Bishop Msongazila’s predecessor had promoted Nyerere’s cause for canonization. Intrigued by the idea of a statesman-saint, Jones traveled to Tanzania to tell his story. What he found was not what he anticipated. Instead of writing a hagiography, Jones wrote a cautionary tale about development economics that focuses on a broken pump in Komuge. Six miles from the second largest source of fresh water in the world, the village of Komuge was once a model of Ujaama socialism. Now the pump is broken and the village’s inhabitants send their children to scoop up muddy water from a dried up pond. Virtually every water pump in the Mara region is broken. To explain why, Jones journeys from Dar es Salaam to Musoma to the current heart of darkness caused by a combination of socialism’s failure and capitalism’s revenge. Along the way he meets Joseph Conrad, Che Guevara, Robert McNamara and a host of heroic Maryknoll missionaries, who wrought wonders and then abandoned them in the wake of Vatican II and the collapse of the Church’s traditional understanding of missionary activity. Over them all stands Julius Nyerere. Ralph Waldo Emerson’s claim that every institution is the lengthened shadow of one man is true of Nyerere and Tanzania. Understanding how it is true is the best way to understand why the pump in Komuge is still broken and what it will take to fix it. 306 pp. Softcover, $25. (e-book $9.99)

Shylock coverShylock's Ewes and Rams: Economics and Morality by E. Michael Jones. Whenever the state accepts the liceity of usurious contracts, everyone eventually gets saddled with unrepayable debt as the state allows the usurers to loot labor to pay for the usury burden. Capitalism posits the primacy of usury over human labor as the source of wealth and, therefore, as the most basic principle of the economy. In reality, capitalism is usury at the expense of labor. To conform with the Good, economics must subordinate itself to the moral law. $19 + S&H, Paperback. (This title is also available here as an e-book.)

Islam & Logos coverIslam and Logos by E. Michael Jones. Many assume incorrectly that Islam is one coherent body of doctrine and action. There are many forms of Islam, including Sunni and Shi’a, which themselves differ in their approach to religious and social issues. After an introduction to the 1979 Iranian revolution and a history of earlier Islam, Islam and Logos turns to the significance of the concept of Logos, including an examination the nature of Islam in the light of Logos. It next details the approach of the Sunni and the Shi’a and that of Catholicism concerning faith and reason, before discussing the different approaches of Western and Islamic philosophy. Islam and Logos then addresses specific issues, most importantly: the question of Logos and sex; the allegation that the United States is “the Great Satan”; and Foucault’s contribution to thought on the Islamic revolution. $19 + S&H, Paperback. (This title is also available here as an e-book.)

Ethical CoverEthical Sex: Sexual Choices and Their Nature and Meaning by Anthony McCarthy. Is sex important? How concerned should we be about our sexual choices and their effects? Is sexual desire best understood in terms of pleasure, love, interpersonal union and/or procreation? In an era of radical redefinition of marriage and rapidly changing views about the nature of sex, Ethical Sex seeks to bring some philosophical clarity to our thinking. Arguing in the context of liberal assumptions, the book explores reasons as to why our sexual behaviour is uniquely morally important. In a series of challenging chapters, arguments are examined for and against differing views on what might constitute "ethical sex." Anyone interested in the philosophy of sex and love, the nature of marriage, metaphysics and the human world around us will want to engage with this original and provocative work. 326 pp. $25 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

CCCR coverThe Catholic Church and the Cultural Revolution by E. Michael Jones tells the story of the culture wars between the Catholic Church and the Enlightenment over the last sixty years. The battle in America was fought in three areas: schools and education; obscenity; and the family and sexuality. The book examines: the significance of the law and the courts; the impact of the Second Vatican Council; the main sources of the attempted subversion of the Church; the battles the Church fought with the media; the existence of a fifth column within the Church; the new Americanism that attempts to reconcile the Church and modernity by seeing America as an ideal state; and finally, "Where now in the Church?" 145 pp. $19 + S&H, Paperback. (This title is also available here as an e-book.)

JMS coverThe Jews and Moral Subversion, by E. Michael Jones. Anti-Semitism is a racial concept, in the sense of hatred of the Jews because of immutable and ineradicable racial characteristics. Anti-Semitism is wrong and has always been repudiated by the Church. However, a Christian must be anti-Jewish in the sense of opposing beliefs and actions of Jews that operate as a consequence of the Jewish rejection of Christ. Many Jews try sincerely to live up to the moral law. Nevertheless, the Jews rejected Logos, the Reason for the universe and its redemption, and so rejected Christ, the Supernatural Messiah, in order to support anti-Christian revolutionary movements. This rejection of Logos has led directly to that cultural subversion and collapse of the moral order expressed in the title of this book. 119 pp. $19 + S&H, Paperback. (This title is also available here as an e-book.)

CCJ coverThe Catholic Church and the Jews, by E. Michael Jones, concentrates on the key issues addressed in his extensive 2008 book The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and explores relevant matters that have occurred since its publication. The Catholic Church and the Jews compares the approaches of Christianity, Islam, and the Jews, delineating the essential nature of each. It introduces the Jewish revolutionary spirit, illustrated by the evidence from history, analyzes the key modern document, the Vatican II Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions, known as Nostra Aetate, and then addresses whether the Gospels are anti-Semitic; the Jewish contribution to the rise of Bolshevism and Communism; the question of the Holocaust, notably the policy adopted by Pope Pius XII; the role of the Jews in the development of modern media, notably Hollywood; the attitude of Jews toward abortion; the approach of the Jews to "gay marriage;" and the Vatican's 2015 document The Gifts and Calling of God Are Irrevocable. 187 pp. $19 + S&H, Paperback. (This title is also available here as an e-book.)

Murray coverJohn Courtney Murray, Time/Life, and the American Proposition: How the CIA's Doctrinal Warfare Program Changed the Catholic Church, by David A. Wemhoff. In 1941, Franklin D. Roosevelt gave his famous "Four Freedoms" speech. In that speech, FDR set forth a vision for the reengineering of societies around the globe. The means was psychological warfare, involving the manipulation of ideas, words and symbols to divide target societies and convince these societies of the ideology that formed America. The most important society America targeted was the Roman Catholic Church. Media mogul Henry R. Luce, founder and publisher of enormously influential magazines like Time and Life, used the CIA's doctrinal warfare program to turn the Catholic Church into a promoter of American ideas. This struggle reached its culmination at the Second Vatican Council with the promulgation of the document Declaration on Religious Liberty. Catholic doctrine did not change, but, defeated at the Council, the Americanists used their media power to win the battle over who got to interpret the Council with disastrous consequences for both the Church and the world. 990 pp. $59 + S&H, Hardback.

Barren Metal coverThe carnival atmosphere at Zuccotti park was deceptive. The naked woman having her body painted red and the drum circle, like the media's false reports demonizing the protestors for having sex in their tents and shitting on the sidewalk, were sideshows that distracted from the real meaning of the Occupy Wall Street protest. The city block that encompassed Zuccotti Park was lined with people holding small home-made signs. “Debt is slavery” was a common theme, with special emphasis on student debt. “F**k unpaid internships” was another. There was focus, even if no one could articulate it: This protest was about the conflict between usury and labor. The Occupy Wall Street protestors couldn’t articulate their plight because they lacked the moral vocabulary necessary to do so. Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict between Labor and Usury by E. Michael Jones attempts to return the science of economics back to where Adam Smith found it when he wrote The Wealth of Nations, back to its proper matrix in moral philosophy.$69 + S&H, Hardback. Read Reviews

Mississippi coverThe main issue facing the Church is conversion. Is baptism necessary for salvation? Is it necessary for everyone? Is it necessary for the Jews? John Beaumont’s compendium of American Catholic converts, The Mississippi Flows into the Tiber: A Guide to Notable American Converts to the Catholic Church, presents an exhaustive list of conversion stories which show that nothing has changed in God’s eyes. The same call that Elizabeth Ann Seton answered over two hundred years ago is still answered in our day by people who know that there is only one effective response to the question, "What must I do to be saved?" $50 + S&H, Hardback. Read Reviews

Jewish Revolutionary Spirit coverThe Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History by E. Michael Jones. Jews for Jesus versus Jews against Jesus; Christians versus Jews; Christians versus Judaizers. This book is the story of such contests played out over 2000 turbulent years. In his most ambitious work yet, Dr. E. Michael Jones provides a breathtaking and controversial tour of history from the Gospels to Julian the Apostate to the Hussites to the French Revolution to Neoconservatism and the End of History. A Must Read. $48 + S&H, Hardback. Read More Read Reviews

Slaughter of Cities coverThe Slaughter of Cities: Urban Renewal as Ethnic Cleansing by E. Michael Jones will shock and edify you. Focusing on Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Chicago, Jones shows that Government sponsored "renewal" of American cities was not a program that failed by going sadly awry, but instead was a planned destruction of the ethnic neighborhoods that made up the human, residential heart of the cities. $29 +S&H, Paperback Read Reviews

Is Notre Dame Still Catholic? - How Catholic higher education has failed the Church and impoverished the souls of today's students by E. Michael Jones. Revised Second Edition. In March 2009, Notre Dame President John Jenkins, CSC, announced that the university would give President Barack Obama an honorary doctorate. A storm of protest erupted. By April, over 250,000 people had signed a petition condemning Notre Dame’s actions, and Bishop Thomas J. Olmstead of Phoenix joined Bishop D’Arcy in denouncing Jenkins’ decision, calling it a “public act of disobedience” and a “grave mistake.” But this story didn’t begin in 2009. This updated and expanded book collects 25 years of investigative journalism - an extensive dossier of what went wrong at Notre Dame. No one has examined the situation at Notre Dame more closely than E. Michael Jones. This book chronicles the demise of Catholic education in America and explains the demise of Catholic culture. $27 + S&H, Paperback. Read More Read Reviews

Ballet Parking: Performing the Nutcracker as Counter-Revolutionary Act by E. Michael Jones. Begun as a German fairy tale, the Nutcracker became a Russian ballet that now is an American ritual. Every year mothers set out in vans and SUVs to slay the rat king in a military campaign against the rats and everything they symbolize. They volunteer their children as soldiers in the culture wars to defeat the rats of appetite, disorder, and chaos by wielding the weapons of truth, beauty, and grace. The Nutcracker is the 21st century's Children’s Crusade. The book ships with a complimentary DVD with footage of Nutcraker reherasals and performances, interviews, and Soviet archival footage. An ideal gift for the culturally astute. $29 + S&H, Paperback. Read More Read Excerpt

MonstersMonsters From the Id: The Rise of Horror in Fiction and Film by E. Michael Jones. Horror Stories, so popular in modern literature and film, originated in the sexual decadence unleashed by the French Revolution. In a compelling study of horror, from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to modern Hollywood, E. Michael Jones, one of America's most original critics, shows that the moral order, when supressed, reasserts itself in the form of an avenging monster. Expanded and newly reprinted. $24.95 + S&H, Softcover. Read More Read Reviews

Libido DominandiLibido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control by E. Michael Jones. Libido Dominandi – the term is from St. Augustine’s City of God – is the definitive history of the sexual revolution, from 1773 to the present. This book examines the development of technologies like psychotherapy, behaviorism, advertising, sensitivity training, pornography, and, when push came to shove, plain old blackmail – that allowed the Enlightenment and its heirs to turn Augustine’s insight on its head and create masters out of men’s vices. Libido Dominandi explains how the rhetoric of sexual freedom was used to engineer a system of covert political and social control. Libido Dominandi is the story of how that happened. Now Available in Paperback, $30.00 + S&H. Read More Read Reviews

The Medjugorje Deception: Queen of Peace, Ethnic Cleansing, Ruined Lives by E. Michael Jones. The Medjugorje Deception breaks the conspiracy of silence that has surrounded one of the biggest hoaxes of the 20th century. It tells the full truth . . . from the bloody atrocities during World War II on the other side of Apparition Hill to their bloody sequel in the ethnic cleansing of Mostar's Muslims with money raised by Medjugorje groups. The Medjugorje Deception is more than a book; it's a spiritual work of mercy. $19.95 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

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Brooklyn Existentialism: Voices from the Stoop explaining how Philosophical Realism can bring about the Restoration of Character, Intelligence and Taste by Arthur DiClementi and Nino Langiulli. Immortalized by Hollywood in the 20th century, Italian Brooklyn became an icon of American culture. Brooklyn Existentialism shows it was more than an icon: the oxymoronic combination of uprootedness and ethnic solidarity in mid 20th century Brooklyn takes us not just back to Italy, not just back to Europe, but back to the sources of philosophical realism that made Europe, Italy, and America possible. Brooklyn Existentialism is ethnophilosophy with a vengeance: a take-no-prisoners attack on the bad ideas that corrupted the academy and an equally frank discussion of the moral mischief those ideas caused. Ethnophilosphy is not an oxymoron, it is the only philosophy worth doing. What were Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle if not residents of an ethnic neighborhood who became skeptical of the ruling ideas of their day and decided to speak out? $18 + S&H, Paperback. Read More Read Reviews

John Cardinal Krol and the Cultural Revolution by E. Michael Jones. Those who want to understand the culture of war that has gripped American society since the 1960s will much appreciate John Cardinal Krol and the Cultural Revolution. E. Michael Jones gives a riveting account of how Cardinal Krol confronted the challenges from within the Catholic Church and from those outside the Church. In particular, the confrontation between Catholicism and secular humanism makes for fascinating reading. E. Michael Jones solidifies his position as one of the leading students of American culture. $35.00 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

Living Machines: Bauhaus Architecture as Sexual Ideology by E. Michael Jones. Following up his best selling books Degenerate Moderns and Dionysos Rising, E. Michael Jones completes the trilogy as he reveals how modern architecture arose out of the disordered lives of its creators, who catered to the new needs of modern man as a sexual nomad, who would have no need for home or family, no need to be rooted in a particular time or place or family or soil or culture. Living Machines explains where that vision came from, where it led, and why it ultimately failed. $24.95 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

Dionysos Rising: The Birth of Cultural Revolution out of the Spirit of Music by E. Michael Jones. Following up his best seller, Degenerate Moderns, Jones reveals how major figures in modern music projected their own immorality into the field of music, the main vehicle of the cultural revolution in the West. For the first time, a unified theory of music and cultural revolution links the works of Wagner, Nietzsche, Schonberg, Jagger and others to show the connection between the demise of classical music and the rise of rock 'n' roll. $24.95 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

Degenerate Moderns: Modernity as Rationalized Sexual Misbehavior by E. Michael Jones. In this ground breaking book, Jones shows how major determining leaders in modern thought and culture have rationalized their own immoral behavior and projected it onto a universal canvas. The main thesis of this book is that, in the intellectual life, there are only two ultimate alternatives: either the thinker conforms desire to truth or he conforms truth to desire. Degenerate Moderns is a marvelous tour de force. Required reading for anyone who wishes to understand the intellectual fashions of the Twentieth century. $24.95 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews

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Economics as if God Matters by Rupert J. Ederer. Dr. Rupert J. Ederer is perhaps the premier Catholic economist in America today. His deep devotion to Catholic social teaching and courage in defending it against those who are ready to undercut parts of it to satisfy ideological imperatives have been consistent and truly admirable. Here he gives us an outstanding and needed book summarizing and explaining the major social encyclicals. $17.95 + S&H, Paperback. Read Reviews This book is out of print. You may buy the enlarged and revised edition here.

Jewish Fables by E. Michael Jones. Noah Juval Harari has been hailed by the New York Times as an intellectual titan and thought leader. In reality, he is a broker of obsolete ideas and virulent forms of social control. Harari’s claim that there is no such thing as justice plays into the hands of the oligarchs who promote him. His claim that happiness is nothing more than chemical reactions in the brain makes him a willing executioner of the Sackler family, creators of Oxycontin and the main culprits responsible for the current opioid epidemic. Jewish Fables exposes Harari as the prophet of failed ideas. $7.99, Paperback; $3.59 e-book. Read More/Buy

The Angel and the Machine by E. Michael Jones. By the mid 19th century, American writers were caught between conflicting philosophies and paradigms. Just as Leo Marx's "The Machine in the Garden" looked at the conflict between pastoral and technological values, so The Angel and the Machine goes a step further and examines the conflicting paradigms at the heart of the culture's view of human nature. The book explicates this cultural phenomenon by examining the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, seeing him as the culmination of a tradition rooted in both the history of science and of religion. $19.99, Paperback; $9.99 e-book Read More/Buy

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