Tag Archives: Victor Davis Hanson

Book Review:Wars Of The Ancient Greeks

Wars Of The Ancient Greeks, by Victor Davis Hanson In this book we find out something quite intriguing–how the author pays to keep his farm in operation and at the same time lament the passing of the yeoman farmers of … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Western Way Of War

The Western Way Of War:  Infantry Battle In Classical Greece, by Victor Davis Hanson Overall, this is a fine scholarly monograph on military history that demonstrates Hanson’s skill in writing about the hoplite experience and how it was viewed in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mexifornia

Mexifornia:  A State Of Becoming, by Victor Davis Hanson I have definitely mixed thoughts about the author of this book [1], and my thoughts and feelings about this book are probably about as positive as possible for this author’s work.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Father Of Us All

The Father Of Us All:  War And History – Ancient and Modern, by Victor Davis Hanson It is one of the most notable and strange aspects of my reading of the author’s works that I have liked him least when … Continue reading

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The Gospel Of Matthew Is A Long Way From The Koran, Or The Strange Ignorance Of Victor Davis Hanson

For all of his scholarly pretensions, Victor Davis Hanson has a curious lack of knowledge when it comes to understanding the Bible.  Twice in his book The Father Of Us All:  War And History – Ancient And Modern, he makes the … Continue reading

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