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Latin: Living Language, Ancient Rite

July 28, 2021 Jerry Salyer 18

Editor’s note: This review was originally posted on November 11, 2019.  “In vino veritas,” Doc Holliday reminds an enemy in a gambling saloon in the 1993 film Tombstone, thereby insinuating that his own insulting behavior […]

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When Marxists make Right

June 17, 2020 Jerry Salyer 2

Grotesquely misguided as Marxism undoubtedly is, a case can be made that some of the concerns which animate Marxists are legitimate. After all, exploitation is no mere empty rhetorical term when applied to many 19th-century […]