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As a member of the Chesterton Review ‘s board, I should mention to you the publication of the latest issue, the Spring-Summer 2010 double issue . It includes Allan Carlson on a family-based economy, and articles on the philospher Slavoj Zizek’s view of Chesterton and paradox, Hilaire Belloc’s idea of the “servile state,” and reflections on Chesterton’s social philosophy of “distributism,” as well as book reviews and the like.

Our editor Robert P. George describes the Review this way: “Serious and lively, scholarly and popular, ecumenical and artisan, it is a rebuke of those who suppose that serious writing cannot be fun to read, or that an orthodox viewpoint must be a narrow one.”

Update: The Chesterton Institute asked me to post its e-mail address, which is .

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