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The Francis Graham Wilson Papers Collection, The University of Illinois      

Works in Print by Francis Graham Wilson    

 

Books, Manuscripts and Edited Volumes

 Trial By Jury: A Government Study.  Unpublished Master's Thesis, University of Texas, 1924.

 The Law and Theory of the International Labor Organization.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford
     University, 1928 (Graham Henry Stuart, Director).

 Labor in the League System. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1934.

 The Elements of Modern Politics.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1936.

H. J. Laski, Introduction to Contemporary Politics.  Edited by Francis G. Wilson.  Seattle:
     University of Washington Bookstore, 1939.

 The American Political Mind.  New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1949.  Reprint,
     Greenwood Press, 1970.

 The Case for Conservatism. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1951.  Reprint,

     Transaction Publishers, 1990.
 

 Il Pensiero Politico Americano. Venezia, Italy: Neri Pozza Editore, 1959 (an Italian edition of
     The American Political Mind).

A Theory of Public Opinion. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1962. Reprint, Greenwood
     Press, 1975.

 Institute on Communism and Constitutional Democracy Lectures, 18-19 July 1966, Westminster
     College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania.  Four unpublished manuscripts on 'The Western
     Tradition,' 'The Defense of the West,' 'Some American Conflicts in Politics,' and 'The
     American Political System: Madison's Notes and The Federalist'  'RRW collection'.

Political Thought in National Spain.  Champaign, Illinois: Stipes Publishing, 1967.

Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal: Collected Essays of Francis Graham Wilson.
     Edited by H. Lee Cheek, Jr., M. Susan Power, and Kathy B. Cheek.  New Brunswick:
     Transaction Publishers, 2001. 

 Order and Legitimacy: Political Thought in National SpainEdited by H. Lee Cheek, Jr., M.
     Susan Power, Kathy B. Cheek, and Thomas Metallo.  New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2004
     (Revised and Expanded edition of Political Thought in National Spain, including Chapters
     Two and Four from An Anchor in the Latin Mind).

 By Llano Water.  Unpublished manuscript written under the pseudonym of 'William Rawdon'
     that provides the most complete account of Wilson's childhood and development of his early
     political and theological views (Currently under publication review). 

 Too Many Worlds: A Search for Conservative Order.  Unpublished manuscript that surveys the
     problem of political and social disintegration in America.

 Congressmen With the Pen. Completed manuscript on the literary efforts and the social and
     political commentary of members of Congress.

Understanding the Conservative.  Unpublished book manuscript that introduces the non-
    specialist to the tenets of conservative political thought.

"On Judging Idols of the Mind."  Unpublished monograph on epistemology in contemporary
     political thought.

 "Tolerance and Consensus."  Unpublished manuscript, Francis J. O' Malley Papers, University of
      Notre Dame Archives.

 "The Christian Intellectual."  Five Radio Lectures, Station WILL, University of Illinois, November
     1958 (Excerpt published as 'The Christian Intellectual.' Modern Age, Volume 5, Number 4
     [Fall 1961], pp. 361-372).

 "Catholic Approaches to Public Opinion." Series of lectures delivered at Loyola University of
     Chicago, March 1962.

"Democratic Theory and the Problem of Civil Disobedience." Unpublished article-length
     manuscript in the Francis Graham Wilson Papers, University of Illinois Archives, Box 5.

 "Woodrow Wilson as a Political Philosopher." Unpublished article-length manuscript in the
     possession of Dr. Robert Rawdon Wilson.

 "Academic Freedom: The Core of It." Unpublished article-length manuscript in the possession of
     Dr. Robert Rawdon Wilson.

 An Anchor in the Latin Mind and Other Conservative Essays.  Unpublished book length
       manuscript.  Wilson worked on this final volume until his death (Chapter 14 of Political
       Philosophy and Cultural Renewal
[pp. 223-250] and Chapters 8 and 9 from Order and
      Legitimacy
are originally from this text).

Articles

 "The Law and Theory of the International Labor Organization."  Abstracts of Dissertations,
     Stanford University, 1928-1929, Fifth Series, Number 78, Volume 5 (July 31, 1929), pp. 123-
    127.

"International Labor Relations of Federal Governments." Southwestern Political and Social
     Science Quarterly
, Volume 10, Number 2 (September 1929), pp. 1-27.

"The International Codification of the Law of Labor." Proceedings of the Institute of
     International Relations
, Volume 5 (1930), pp. 129-140.

 "The Pragmatic Electorate." American Political Science Review, Volume 24, Number I
     (February1930), pp. 16-37.

 "The Pacific and the International Labor Organization." Pacific Affairs, Volume 5, Number 6
     (June 1932), pp. 497-511.

 "Trade Union Liberty and the I.L.O." American Federationist, Volume 39 (1932), pp. 766 ff.

 "The International Labour Organisation." International Conciliation, Number 284 (November
     1932), pp. 9-63.

 "The Enforcement of International Labor Standards." Annals of the American Academy of
     Political and Social Science
, Volume 166 (March 1933), pp. 95-101.


 "Concepts of Public Opinion." American Political Science Review, Volume 27, Number 3 (June
     1933), pp. 371-391.

 "'Nazism and the I.L.O." American Federationist, Volume 40, Number 10 (October 1933), pp.
     1094-1099.

  "The Revision of International Labor Conventions." Proceedings of the Institute of World
     Affairs
, Volume 10 (December 1933), pp. 200-214.

 Review of Employment Exchanges: Studies and Reports (Boston: World Peace Foundation,
     1933), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 173 (May
     1934), p. 201.

 "The Mixed Constitution and the Separation of Powers." Southwestern Social Science
     Quarterly
, Volume 15, Number 1 (June 1934), pp. 1-15.

 "The Preparation of International Labor Conventions." American Journal of International Law,
     Volume 28, Number 3 (July 1934), pp. 506-526.

 "A Relativistic View of Sovereignty." Political Science Quarterly, Volume 49, Number 3
     (September 1934), pp. 386-410.

 "America and International Labor Regulation." World Unity, Volume 14, Number 6 (September
     1934), pp. 365-371.

 "Internationalism in Current American Labor Policy." American Political Science Review, Volume
     28 (1934), pp. 909 ff.

 Review of The Origins of the International Labor Organization, ed. James Shotwell (New
     York: Columbia University Press, 1934), in World Affairs Interpreter, Volume 5, Number 4
     (January 1935), pp. 376-377.

 Review of Crane Brinton, English Political Thought in the Nineteenth Century (London: Ernest
     Benn, 1933), in Political Science Quarterly, Volume 50, Number 1 (March 1935), pp. 143-145. 

 "Fascist Syndicalism and the I.L.O." American Federationist, Volume  42, Number 7 (July 1935),
     pp 730-733.

 Review of Boutelle Ellsworth Lowe, The International Protection of Labor (New York:
     MacMillan, 1935), in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science,
     Volume 182 (November 1935), pp. 195-196.

 "Social Objectives of Fascism." Sociology and Social Research, Volume 20, Number 4 (March-
     April 1936), pp. 322-327.

 Review of What the International Labor Organization Means to America, ed. Spencer Miller
     (New York: Columbia University Press, 1936), in American Journal of International Law,
     October 1936.

 "The Inactive Electorate and Social Revolution." Southwestern Social Science Quarterly,
    Volume 16, Number 4 (March 1936), pp. 73-84.

 Review of Rolla M. Tyron, The Social Sciences as School Subjects (New York: Charles
     Scribner's Sons, 1935), in Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Volume 27, Number 2 (August
    1936), pp. 185-186.

 "The Prelude to Authority." American Political Science Review, Volume 31, Number 1
     (February1937), pp. 12-27.

 "Peace and War Attitudes of the Authoritarian States." Proceedings of the Institute of World
     Affairs
, Volume 15 (1938), pp. 37 ff.

 "James Bryce on Public Opinion:  Fifty Years Later." Public Opinion Quarterly, Volume 3,
     Number3 (July 1939), pp. 420-435.

 "Political Suppression in the Modern State." Journal of Politics, Volume 1, Number 3 (August
     1939), pp. 237-257.

 "The Structure of Modern Ideology." Review of Politics, Volume I, Number 4 (October 1939),
     pp. 382-399 (reprinted as Chapter Three of Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal (pp.
     47-63).

 "Early American Political Thought: Penn, Kent, and Taylor." Review of Politics, Volume 2,
     Number 1 (January 1940), pp. 118-121.

 Review of Robert C. Brooks, Bryce's 'American Commonwealth' Fiftieth Anniversary (New
     York: MacMillan Company, 1939), Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social
     Science
, Volume 208 (March 1940), 226-227.

 "James Bryce: The Years of Reaction." Journal of Social Philosophy, Volume 5, Number 3 (April
     1940), pp. 232-241.

 "A Theory of Conservatism." American Political Science Review, Volume 35, Number 1
     (February 1941), pp. 29-43 (reprinted as Chapter Four of Political Philosophy and Cultural
     Renewal
, pp. 67-81).

 Review of Harold D. Lasswell, Democracy Through Public Opinion (Menasha, Wisconsin:
     George Banta Publishing Company, 1941), in Annals of the American Academy of Political
     and Social Science
, Volume 217 (September 1941), p. 174.

 "Reviews: Political Philosophy." Review of Politics, Volume 3, Number 4 (October 1941), pp.
    512-514.

 "The Library Catalog and the Scholar." College and Research Libraries, Volume 3, Number 3
     (June1942), pp. 201-206.

 "The Revival of Organic Theory." American Political Science Review, Volume 36, Number 3
     (June 1942), pp. 454-459 (reprinted as Chapter Two of Political Philosophy and Cultural
     Renewal
[pp. 41-46]).

 Review of John U. Nef, The United States and Civilization (Chicago: University of Chicago
    Press, 1942), in Journal of Politics, Volume 4, Number 3 (August 1942), pp. 422-423.

 "Tocqueville's Conception of the Elite." Review of Politics, Volume 4, Number 3 (June 1942),
     pp. 271-286.

 "The Ethics of Political Conservatism." Ethics, Volume 53, Number 1 (October 1942), pp.
     35-45 (reprinted as Chapter Six of Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal [pp.
     105-119]).

 "The Federalist on Public Opinion." Public Opinion Quarterly, Volume 6, Number 4
       (Winter 1942), pp. 563-575 'reprinted as Chapter Twelve of Political Philosophy and
       Cultural Renewal
(pp. 191-203)'.

 "Intellectuals and the American Tradition." Education, Volume 63, Number 7 (March 1943),
     391-403.

 "Instruction and Research: Wartime Priorities in Research." American Political Science Review,
     37 (1943), 505-514.

 "On Jeffersonian Tradition." Review of Politics, Volume 5, Number 3 (July 1943), pp. 302-321
     'reprinted as Chapter Nine of Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal, pp. 151-169'.

 "Tradition and Propaganda." Journal of Politics, Volume 5, Number 4 (November 1943), pp.
     391-406.

 "Ethics in the Study of Democratic Politics." American Economic Review, Supplement, Volume
     34, Number 1 (March 1944), pp. 41-47 'reprinted as Chapter Eleven of Political Philosophy
     and Cultural Renewal
, pp. 183-190'.

 "Research in Political Theory: A Symposium." American Political Science Review, Volume
     38, Number 4 ( August 1944),  pp. 726-754.

 "We Turn to the Right." Opinion and Comment, Volume 6, Number 4 (November 1944), pp.
     31-36.

 "Public Policy in Constitutional Reform."  Review of Politics, Volume 7, Number 1 (January
     1945), pp. 58-73.

 "The Republican Party and Minority Groups." The Republican, (January 1945).

 "No Third Party." The Republican, Volume 10, Number 2(February 1945), pp. 2 and 22.

 "Pessimism in American Politics." Journal of Politics, Volume 7, Number 2 (May 1945),
     pp. 125-144 'reprinted as Chapter Thirteen of Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal
   
(pp. 205-221)'.

"Public Opinion in the Theory of Democracy." Thought, Volume 20, Number 77 (June 1945),
     pp. 235-252.

 "The GOP Must 'Take Over' in Washington Now." The Republican, Volume 10, Number 10
     (November 1945), pp. 4-5, and 21.

 "Human Nature and Politics." Journal of Politics, Volume 8, Number 4 (November 1946),
     pp. 478-498 'reprinted as Chapter One of Political Philosophy and Cultural Renewal (pp.
     23-40)'.

 "The Elite in Recent Political Thought." Chapter in 20th Century Political Thought, edited by
    J. S. Roucek.  New York: Philosophical Library, 1946, pp. 245-260.

 "The Decentralist Philosophy." Review of Politics, Volume 9, Number 4 (October 1947), pp.
     527-528 'Review of Willis D, Nutting, Reclamation of Independence 'Nevada City,
     California: Berliner and Lanigan Publishers, 1947).

 "The Contemporary Right." Western Political Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 3 (September
    1948), pp. 287-294.

 "The Political Theory Panel."  Chapter in Research in Political Science, edited by Ernest
    Griffith. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1948, pp. 163-173.

 "The Scholar and the Inarticulate Premise." Western Political Quarterly, Volume 2, Number 3
     (September 1949), pp. 317-327.

 "Discussion' of 'Generalists Versus Specialists in Social Science: An Economist's View," by J.J.
     Spengler. American Political Science Review, Volume 44, Number 2 (June 1950), pp.
     382-386.

 Review of William A. Orton, The Economic Role of the State (Chicago: University of Chicago
     Press, 1950), in American Political Science Review, Volume 44, Number 4 (December 1950),
     pp. 1010-1011.

 Contributer, "The Third Newberry Library Conference on American Studies," The Newberry
     Library Bulletin
, Volume 3 (1953), pp. 73-87.

 "Public Opinion and the Intellectuals." American Political Science Review, Volume 48,
     Number2 (June 1954), pp. 382-339.

 Review of Lawrence C. Wanlass, Gettell's History of Political Thought, in Southwestern Social
     Science Quarterly
, Volume 35, Number 2 (September 1954), pp. 187-188.

 Review of Russell Kirk, A Program for Conservatives, in The Saturday Review, November 6,
     1954, p. 21.

 "Public Opinion: Theory For Tomorrow." Journal of Politics, Volume 16, Number 4 (November
     1954), pp. 601-622.

 "Public Opinion and the Middle Class." Review of Politics, Volume 17, Number 4 (October
    1955), pp. 485-510.

 "Democracy and Marxism." Social Order, Volume 5, Number 8 (October 1955), pp. 357-361.

 "What is a Conservative American Economy." Current Economic Comment, Volume 18, Number
     1 (February1956), pp. 23-32.

 Review of Clinton Rossiter, Conservatism in America, in Journal of Politics, Volume 18,
     Number 2 (May 1956), pp. 358-360.

 "Catholics and the New Conservatism.'' Social Order, Volume 6, Number 6 (June 1956), pp.
     247-252 'Originally presented at the regional meeting of the Catholic Commission on   
     Intellectual and Cultural Affairs, Maryville College, St. Louis, 10 March 1956'.

 Articles published in:  Encyclopedia Britannica, Colliers Encyclopedia, Encyclopedia of the
     Social Sciences
(1956-1958).

 "Selected Articles and Documents on Political Theory." American Political Science Review, from
     December 1950 through June 1956, in each issue.

 Review of Charles A. Barker, Henry George, in Journal of Politics, Volume 18, Number 3
       (August 1956), pp. 594-597.

 "Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1956." America, Volume 96, Number 11 (15 December 1956), pp.
     321-323.

 Reviews of J. W. Davidson, A Crossroads of Freedom; A. S. Link, Wilson: The New
     Freedom
; and A. L. George and J. L. George, Woodrow Wilson and Colonel House, in
     America, 16 March 1957.

 "No Alienation, No Failure." Social Order, Volume 7, Number 4 (April 1957), pp. 162-163.

Review of Walter J. Ong, Frontiers in American Catholicism: Essays on Ideology and Culture,
     in Catholic Historical Review, Volume 43, Number 2 (July 1958), pp. 202-204.

Review of G. C. Field, Political Theory, in American Political Science Review, Volume 51,
     Number 3 (September 1957), pp. 835-836.

"The Foremost Philosopher of the Age." Modern Age, Volume 2 (Winter 1957-1958), pp. 54-67.

 Review of Hans Kohn, American Nationalism: An Interpretative Essay, in Journal of Politics,
     Volume 20, Number 1 (February 1958), pp.358-360.

 Contributer, "The Ninth Newberry Library Conference on American Studies," The Newberry
     Library Bulletin
, Volume V (1958), pp. 14-40.

 Review of Marvin Meyers, The Jacksonian Persuasion: Politics and Belief, in Southwestern
     Social Science Quarterly
, Volume 38, Number 4 (March 1958), pp. 372-373.

 "The Social Scientist and His Values." Thought, Volume 33, Number 128 (Spring 1958),
     pp. 21-42.  Reprinted as Chapter in Ethics and the Social Sciences, ed. Leo R. Ward. South
     Bend: Notre Dame UniversityPress, 1959, pp. 1-23. 

 Review of Currin V. Shields, Democracy and Catholicism in America, in Catholic Historical
     Review
, Volume 44 (July 1958), pp. 235-236.
 

 Review of Ernest Barker, Social and Political Thought in Byzantium from Justinian I to the
    Last Paleologus
, in Journal of Politics, Volume 20, Number 4 (November 1958), pp. 718-720.

 Review of Milton R. Konvitz and Clinton Rossiter, Aspects of Liberty: Essays Presented to
     Robert E.Cushman
(Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1958), in Annals of the American
     Academy of Political and Social Science
, Volume 322 (March 1959), pp. 202-203. 

 "The Behaviorist's Persuasion." Modern Age, Volume 3, Number 3 (Summer 1959), pp. 311-317
     (An essay review of Marvin Meyers, The Jacksonian Persuasion: Politics and Belief).

 "The Revolution in the Social Sciences." The Catholic World, Volume 190, Number 1,135
     (October 1959), pp. 9-14.

 "Donoso Cortes: The Continuing Crisis." Journal of Inter-American Studies, Volume 2 (January
     1960), pp. 45-63.  Reprinted as Chapter in Political Thought in National Spain and Order
     and Legitimacy
.

 "From Congressional to Presidential Government." Modern Age, Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring
     1960), pp. 205-209 (Essay review of James Burnham, Congress and the American Tradition
    
(Chicago: Regnery, 1959).

 Review of Richard Pipes, Karamzin's Memoir on Ancient and Modern Russia, in Midwest
     Journal of Political Science
, Volume 4, Number 2 (May 1960), pp. 205-206.

"Public Opinion and the Intellectuals." The Intellectuals: A Controversial Portrait, ed.
     George B. De Huszar (Glencoe, Illinois: Free Press, 1960), pp. 290-298. 

 "American Political Thought," Present Trends in American National Government, edited by
     Alfred J. Junz.  London: Hansard Society for Parliamentary Government, 1960, pp. 1-11.

 "The Anatomy of Conservatives." Ethics, Volume 70, Number 4 (July 1960), pp. 265-282.

Reprinted as Chapter in Political Thought Since World War II, edited by W. J. Stankiewicz.
    New York: The Free Press, 1964, pp. 337-355.

Review of Merrill D. Peterson, The Jeffersonian Image in the American Mind, in America, 1
     October 1960, p. 24.

 Review of Francis P. Canavan, The Political Reason of Edmund Burke, in Catholic Historical
     Review
, Volume 46 (January 1961), p. 486.

 "Democracy: Weather Report." National Review, Volume 10, Number 7 (25 February 1961), pp.
     109-110
.

 Review of John Courtney Murray, S.J., We Hold These Truths: Reflections on the American
     Proposition
, in Catholic Historical Review, Volume 47 (April 1961), p. 141-142.

 "The New Conservatives in Spain." Modern Age, Volume 5, Number 2 (Spring 1961), pp.
     149-160.

 Review of Henry W. Casper, S.J.,History of the Catholic Church in Nebraska, Volume 1
    
(Milwaukee: Bruce,1960), in Manuscripta, Volume 5 (1961), pp. 185-186.

 "The Christian Intellectual." Modern Age, Volume 5, Number 4 (Fall 1961), pp. 361-372.

 "Extremism in Politics Today."  Recording. Los Angeles: Campus World, Inc., 1962 (Original
     manuscript in RRW collection; traditionalist response to the claims of the John Birch
     Society).

 Review of Stephen R. Graubard, Burke, Disraeli and Churchill (Cambridge: Harvard University
     Press, 1961), in Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, Volume 42, Number 4 (March
     1962),  pp. 396-397.

 "The Drift of Behaviorism." The University Bookman, Volume 2, Number 4 (Summer 1962), pp. 91-95.
      

 Review of The Committee and Its Critics.  William F. Buckley, Jr., in Modern Age, Volume 6,
     Number 3 (Spring 1962), pp. 325-326.

 Review of Harold D. Lasswell, Psychopathology and Politics, in The University Bookman,
     Volume 2, Number 4 (Summer 1962), pp. 91-95.

 "Liberals, Conservatives, and Catholics."  Annals of the American Academy of Political and
     Social Science
, Volume 344 (November 1962), pp. 85-94.

 Review of Michael Oakeshott, Rationalism in Politics and Other Essays, in The University
     Bookman
, Volume 4, Number 1 (Autumn 1963), pp. 19-23.

 Review of Michael J. Wilks, The Problem of Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages
   
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1963), in American Political Science Review,
     Volume 57, Number 4 (December 1963), pp. 973-974.

 "Some Cities Are Not Normal." National Review, Volume 16, 28 January 1964, p. 74 [An essay
      review of Edward C. Banfield and James Q. Wilson's City Politics].

"Reconstrucción de la ciencia politica en Norteaméricam." Atlantida, Volume 2, Number 7
     (January-February 1964), pp. 103-106.
 

 "Ramiro de Maeztu: Critic of the Revolution."  Modern Age, Volume 8, Number 2 (Spring 1964),
     pp. 174-185; Spanish version published in Punta Europa, Volume 4, Number 9 (1964), pp.
     66-85.

 "Is Congress Superfluous?" The Individualist, Volume 3, Number 2 (September 1964), pp. 5-6,
     and 13 [Review of James MacGregor Burns, The Deadlock of Democracy].

 Review of Paul E. Sigmund, Nicholas of Cusa and Medieval Political Thought (Cambridge:
     Harvard University Press, 1963); and Morimichi Watanabe, The Political Ideas of Nicholas of
     Cusa with Special Reference to His De Concordantia Catholica
(Genève, Suisse: Libraire
     Droz., 1963), in American Political Science Review, Volume 58, Number 3 (September
     1964), pp. 689-691.

 Contributor, Report on the International Enquiry on Prelogy Undertaken by the Department
    of Philosophy Science of the Spanish Higher Council for Scientific Research
(Madrid, 1964).

 "Troubles in Ecumenia." Modern Age, Volume 9, Number 4 (Fall 1965), pp. 363-370.

 "Current Public Policy Trends: Cause and Consequence." Monograph, Pepperdine College Forum
     7 (March 1965).

 Review of M. J. Adler, The Conditions of Philosophy; Hegel: Walter Kaufmann,
     Reinterpretation, Texts and Commentary; and Nietzsche: The Man and His Philosophy, in
     Modern Age, Volume 10, Number 2 (Spring 1966), pp. 213-214.

 Review of David E. Apter, The Politics of Modernization; Richard Hofstadter, The Paranoid
     Style in American Politics
, in Modern Age, Volume 10, Number 2 (Spring 1966), pp. 219-220.

 Review of Dictionary of Political Science, ed. Joseph Dunner, in Catholic Historical Review,
     Volume 52 (July 1966), pp. 284-285.

 Review of Harry V. Jaffa, Equality and Liberty (New York: Oxford University Press, 1965); and
     Allan Bloom, with Harry V. Jaffa, Shakespeare's Politics (New York: Basic Books, 1964),
     In Modern Age, Volume 10, Number 4 (Fall 1966), pp. 423-425.
 

 "Consenso y Crisis." Revista del Instituto De Ciencias Sociales (Barcelona), Núm. 7, Año.
     1966, pp. 109-123.

 "Issues in Spanish Conservatism." Western Politica, Volume 1, Number 2 (Autumn 1966), pp.
     45-56.

 "Public Opinion," "Political Science," and "Conservatism." New Catholic Encyclopedia.
     New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967. 

 "The Revolt of the Sophists." Intercollegiate Review, Volume 3, Number 2 (November-
    December 1966), pp. 66-74.

 "La libertad Religiosa en la tradición politica de los EE. UU."  Atlantida, Volume 5, Number 26
     (Marzo-Abril 1967), pp. 174-181.

 Review of A. F. K. Organski, The Stages of Political Development (New York: Knopf, 1965);
     John F. Taylor, The Masks of Society (New York: Appleton-Century Crofts, 1966); Myron
     Wiener, ed., Modernization (New York: Basic Books, 1966); and Grant McConnell, Private
     Power and American Democracy
(New York: Knopf, 1966), in Modern Age, Volume 11,
      Number 2 (Spring 1967), pp. 213-216.

 "Excerpt from '˜An Anchor in the Latin Mind.'' The Exchange, Number 23 (June 1967), pp. 1-4.

 Review of Donald Atwell Zoll, The Twentieth Century Mind; Charles S. Hyneman and George
    W. Carey, editors, A Second Federalist; and Thomas J. J. Altizer, The New Apocalypse, in
     Modern Age, Volume 11, Number 4 (Fall 1967), pp. 419-421.

 "Liberalism and American Government." Intercollegiate Review, Volume 5, Number 1 (Fall
     1968), pp. 57-62 (An essay review of Martin Diamond, et al., The Democratic Republic, and
     Robert  A. Dahl, Pluralist Democracy in the United States).

 Review of Miguel de Unamuno, Our Lord Don Quixote, trans. Anthoney Kerrigan (Princeton
     University Press, 1967), in Modern Age, Volume 12, Number 4 (Fall 1968), pp. 415-416.

 "The Supreme Court's Civil Theology." Modern Age, Volume 13, Number 3 (Summer 1969), pp.
     248-257.

  "Reclaiming the American Political Tradition." Intercollegiate Review, Volume 7, Number 4
     (Spring 1971) (Review of Willmoore Kendall and George W. Carey, The Basic Symbols Of
     the American Political Tradition).

 Review of Garry Wills, Nixon Agonistes, in Modern Age, Volume 15, Number 2 (Spring 1971),
     pp. 195-197.

 Review of Gerhart Niemeyer, Between Nothingness and Paradise, in Modern Age, Volume 15,
     Number 4 (Fall 1971), pp. 433-435.

 Review of James McClellan, Joseph Story and the American Constitution (Norman: University
    of Oklahoma Press, 1971), in Modern Age, Volume 16, Number 3 (Summer 1972), pp.326-329.

 "The Political Science of Willmoore Kendall." In Modern Age, Volume 16, Number 1
   
(Winter 1972) pp. 38-47.

Review of Felix Morley, The Power in the People, in Modern Age, Volume 17, Number 2 (Spring
     1973), pp. 204-206.

Review of Ben Wright, The Five Public Philosophies of Walter Lippmann (Austin: University of
     Texas Press, 1973), in Social Science Quarterly, 1974.  Volume and Issue Needed