Profile of Robert C. Cheeks
Robert C. Cheeks is a writer living in Ohio.
Articles written for the California Literary Review:
- Never Come To Peace Again: Pontiac’s Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America – by David Dixon
Posted on 22 Apr 2007 in History, Native American, Non-Fiction Reviews
Dixon’s approach is both refreshing and accurate. He eschews the required kowtowing associated with ethnic minorities.
- The Morality of Everyday Life by Thomas Fleming
Posted on 22 Apr 2007 in Non-Fiction Reviews, Philosophy
Dr. Fleming argues that since the birth of classical liberalism in the seventeenth century, a century that gave us “universality, rationality, individualism, objectivity, and abstract idealism,” Western Civilization has developed a flaw in its ethics, moral behavior, and thus in the construction of its state apparatus.
- James K. Polk by John Seigenthaler
Posted on 22 Apr 2007 in Biography, History, Non-Fiction Reviews, Politics
Author John Seigenthaler has written an interesting and informative biography of the eleventh president of the United States, James Knox Polk.
- Hannah Coulter – by Wendell Berry
Posted on 22 Apr 2007 in Agriculture, Fiction Reviews, Sociology
There was a time, not many decades ago, that most of America’s population labored on family farms. Then, the primary objective of the American farmer was to be debt free, to be independent. I was made aware of this “independence” many years ago when my mother-in-law, Jessie Hobbs, the daughter of a West Virginia farmer, once commented about her childhood, “We didn’t know there was a depression.”
- Democracy and Populism : Fear and Hatred by John Lukacs
Posted on 11 Apr 2007 in History, Non-Fiction Reviews, Politics, Religion
You may not like what he says, you may not agree with his conclusions, but his thinking and his writing are so broad, rich, and in-depth that all but the most iconoclastic, the most radicalized, is forced to consider his perspectives.
- An Interview With Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Posted on 03 Apr 2007 in History, Non-Fiction Reviews, Politics
“The book takes a strongly antistatist position, and advances views that used to be common among conservatives but that today you simply don’t hear anymore.”
- An Interview With Chilton Williamson
Posted on 31 Mar 2007 in History, Non-Fiction Reviews, Politics
“I am against all organizations with the word “World” in their names. As for free trade, it is a strategy of deracinated corporations to enrich themselves at the expense of discrete nations and their peoples.”
- Liberalism, the Election, and the Republican Party
Posted on 26 Mar 2007 in Non-Fiction Reviews, Politics
With President George W. Bush’s recent victory the Democratic Party-referred to in prior times as the “Democracy”-finds itself in disarray and denial, though the source of the myriad of weaknesses that afflict that political entity are really quite obvious.
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