• October 2019 Summary

    October 2019 Summary

    The following is a summary of the October/November issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry Read More
  • Lessons from the Life of John Quincy Adams

    Lessons from the Life of John Quincy Adams

    Our vision is to reawaken the genuine American spirit of living in a good, great, Read More
  • Friends of Our Friends Campaign

    Friends of Our Friends Campaign

    Friends of Our Friends Campaign We invite our subscribers to support The St. Croix Review Read More
  • Kengor Writes . . .

    Kengor Writes . . .

    Kengor Writes . . . Paul Kengor Paul Kengor is a professor of political science and the executive Read More
  • Reflections of an Early Trump Fan

    Reflections of an Early Trump Fan

    Reflections of an Early Trump Fan Edwin J. Feulner Edwin John Feulner Jr. founded the Read More
  • Regression Towards the Mean

    Regression Towards the Mean

    Regression Toward the Mean George L. Batten, Jr. George. L. Batten Jr. is a Mathematics Read More
  • Growing Up American

    Growing Up American

    Growing Up American Robert Williams “Rob” and his wife, Pamela, enjoy life on their farm Read More
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Tuesday, 05 November 2019 12:25

October 2019 Summary

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The following is a summary of the October/November issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Lessons from the Life of John Quincy Adams” presents the story of a genuine American hero. Barry MacDonald, in “Friends of Our Friends Campaign,” announces a new program to expand the circulation of The St. Croix Review. Michael S. Swisher, in “An Appeal…
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 13:44

August 2019 Summary

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The following is a summary of the August/September issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “Ominous Events Leading to Civil War,” writes about the events of “bloody Kansas,” and about the beating of Senator Charles Sumner, nearly to death, in the Senate chamber in 1856. Allan C. Brownfeld, in “Identity Politics vs. the Older Goal of a Color-Blind…
Friday, 12 July 2019 10:58

June 2019 Summary

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The following is a summary of the June/July issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in “The Impetus of Accusation and the Rock of America,” summarizes the strengths and weaknesses of the Left and Right in America. Allan C. Brownfeld, in “Political Correctness Out of Control: The Strange Assault on Singer Kate Smith Who Introduced “God Bless America,” comments…
Tuesday, 04 June 2019 13:03

April 2019 Summary

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The following is a summary of the April/May issue of The St. Croix Review: Barry MacDonald, in the editorial, “America’s Challenge,” summarizes the editorial and vision and principles of the foundation, Religion & Society, and the publication, The St. Croix Review. Thomas Martin, in “Who Is an American?” describes the technique he uses in introducing his college students to the…
Monday, 18 March 2019 13:17

February 2019 Summary

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The following is a summary of the February/March issue of The St. Croix Review: Robert Russell, in “The Great Freedom Robbery — American Immigration 2019,” exhorts Americans to reevaluate and promote the high value of American citizenship. Donald Lee, in “Immigration and Self-Governance,” calls on Americans to cherish America’s foundational ideals. Al Shane, in “Strangers in Our House,” writes that…

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