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Professional/Scholarly Presentations of
Christopher Flannery, Ph.D.

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“From Machiavelli to America,” a review of Machiavelli’s Liberal Republican Legacy, edited by Paul Rahe (Cambridge University Press, 2005),, June, 2007.

“Hallowed Ground,” an essay for The John M. Ashbrook Center for Public Affairs, July 2009.

“O Captain! My Captain!” an essay in The Claremont Review of Books, Winter 2008-09.

Flannery, Christopher. "The Declaration of Independence and Equality." In Affirmative Action, An Encyclopedia, edited by James A. Beckman, (2004).

Flannery, Christopher. "Henry Adams and Our Ancient Faith." In History of American Political Thought edited by Bryan-Paul Frost and Jefferey Sikkenga, (2003).

Flannery, Christopher. "'Furst Things,'on the novels of Alan Furst," The Claremont Review of Books, Spring, (2003).

Flannery, Christopher. "'Nothing to Declare,' a review of America Declares Independence, by Alan Dershowitz," The Claremont Review of Books, Fall, (2003).

Flannery, Christopher. "That Honorable Determination: Celebrating the 227th Anniversary of the American Declaration of Independence," The Proposition, July, (2003).

Flannery, Christopher. Review essay on Henry Adams, Claremont Review of Books, Winter, (2002).

Flannery, Christopher. Review Essay on John Steinbeck, The Claremont Review of Books, Spring, (2002).

Flannery, Christopher. Review of Ward Connerly, Creating Equal: My Fight Against Race Preferences, Academic Questions, Winter, 2000-01.

Flannery, Christopher. "Dance with Destiny: Do not wait to be Invited," On Principle, Ashland University, Vol. 8, 2, (2000).

Flannery, Christopher. Review American Compact: James Madison and the Problem of Founding, Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol. 27, 2, (2000):161-167.

Flannery, Christopher. "The Greatness of Washington." On Principle, Ashland University, Vol. 8, 3, (2000).

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