Table of contents for Homeless and at home in America : evidence for the dignity of the human soul in our time and place / Peter Augustine Lawler.

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Introduction	1
	1. Two Views of Americanization	6
	2. A Friendly Critique of Pure Crunchiness	18
	3. Against the Lobotomites: Thoughts on the Bible, Philosophy, and Politics Inspired by Thomas L. Pangle	26
	4. The Socratic Philosopher and the American Individual	37
	5. Stuck-with-Virtue Conservatism	47
	6. McWilliams and the Problem of American Political Education	66
	7. Real Men Prove Darwin Wrong Again	78
	8. Murray and Brownson	90
	9. Toward a Consistent Ethic of Judicial Restraint	108
	10. Is the Body Property?	123
	11. Modernity and Postmodernity	132
	12. Tocqueville at 200	136
	13. Where's the Love?	145
	14. Tocqueville on the Doctrine of Interest	152
	15. Disco and Democracy: Thoughts on Stillman's Film 
and Book	168
16. An American Fantasy? Love, Nobility, and Friendship 
in Casablanca	195
17. A Story about Nothing: The Two Kinds of Nihilists 
and One Kind of Christian in Flannery O'Connor's 
Good Country People	207
Index	227

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social values -- United States.
National characteristics, American.
Place (Philosophy).
Political culture -- United States.
United States -- Civilization.