Skip to comments.HELP me find a Victor Davis Hanson Article
Posted on 06/01/2012 9:15:40 PM PDT by Crapgame
Within the past couple of days, there was an article by Victor Davis Hanson on "Why Culture Still Matters" or something to that effect. It was a series of poignant observations about Europe in particular and our own social decay. As usual Hanson pulled no punches. I read it here on FreeRepublic and now I cannot find it. No keyword searches are bringing it up for me and it is not posted on his private papers website. Does anyone else recall the article or know where I can find it?
You can find it at National Review Online.
Thanks folks for all of the rapid responses. I’ve got it now and it will shortly be on it’s way to some friends...Freepers are the best...
Just FYI - you can find all of VDH’s writings on his website
You do some of the coolest encoding!
You got the answer on this quotation, but in the future, using a search engine will most always take you to what you want.
For example, I typed in “Why Culture Still Matters”, and I got the source instantly.
Often, just a few key words will take you where you want.
May 31, 2012 12:00 A.M.
Culture Still Matters
You can learn a lot about a countrys destiny by just watching how people behave.
By Victor Davis Hanson
He is a regular columnist for Townhall. The article you want can be found at Townhall.com under Hansen’s name. It was posted on May 31,2012
Also find Montisquieu’s “On the Principle of Democracy. “
Yogi Berra was on this a long time ago when he said, "You can observe a lot by watching."
keyword search for VDH
Once again thanks to all who replied. I did indeed try keyword searches. None of them were returning the article. I went to his private papers website and couldn’t find it. I didn’t recall that he was a columnist for NRO. Thanks again to all who responded.
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