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Western Civ Week 12: Comparing the teachings of Christianity to previous Civilizations

This is the essay for the 12th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In this blog post, I will be comparing the teachings of Christianity to values cherished by previous Civilizations and ancient thinkers. What are some differences between the… Continue Reading →

Raven of Zurich book review

This is a review of an autobiography called Raven of Zurich by Felix Somary. Felix Somary was born in Vienna on November 20, 1881. He lived his early years in the former Austria-Hungary. He was a universal man; and had… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 11: The Julio-Claudian, Flavian, and the Five good emperors

This is the essay for the 11th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In the blog post, I will be summarizing the period of the Julio-Claudian and Flavian emperors and comparing it to the period of the five good… Continue Reading →

Autobiographies Lesson 40: Most important thing in writing dialogue from memory

This is the essay for the 40th lesson in the Autobiographies course from the Ronpaul curriculum. In this blog post, I will be covering the question of what the most important thing in writing dialogue from memory? Writing dialogue from… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 10: Julius Caesar and Augustus

  This is the essay for the 10th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. In the blog post, I will be covering how Augustus was able to maintain balance in Rome and a summary of the life of Julius… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 9: What changes did the Struggle of the Orders cause in Rome

This is the essay for the 9th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. It’s an answer to one question, what are the changes caused by the Struggle of the Orders in Rome.   What specific changes occurred in Roman… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 8: Liberty of the moderns VS Liberty of the ancients.

  This is the essay for the 8th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. It’s an answer to one question, it’s about the differences between the modern concept of liberty and what the Greeks called liberty. What is the… Continue Reading →

The use of contrasts in the autobiography “The Persecutor”

The author of the autobiography, “The Persecutor” is Sergei Kourdakov. Sergei uses contrasts to strengthen his narrative. In this blog post, I will give you a few examples of the use of contrast in the book and then we can… Continue Reading →

Tom Woods Podcast Episode 1386 “Down With the Green New Deal, Says Former Greenpeace Director Patrick Moore” Review

I will be making a blog post on another Tom woods episode. This time it will be on episode 1386 “Down With the Green New Deal, Says Former Greenpeace Director Patrick Moore”. The guest this time with is a former… Continue Reading →

Western Civ Week 7: Question about the play Medea

This is the essay for the 7th week of the 9th Grade Tom Woods Homeschool. It’s an answer to one question, it’s about the play Medea Can we learn anything from Medea about the Greeks’ attitudes toward foreigners and women? If you don’t… Continue Reading →

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