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Menace in Europe: Why the Continent's Crisis Is America's, Too Hardcover – 28 Feb 2006

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  • Hardcover: 271 pages
  • Publisher: Crown Forum; First Edition edition (28 Feb. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400097681
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400097685
  • Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 2.6 x 24 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
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" Chilling, persuasive, and urgent. Most Americans prefer to think of ' The Old World' as charming, quaint, and irrelevant, but Berlinski shows why all of us need to worry about the harrowing dangers facing European civilization." -- Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk show host
" Original, fascinating, and important. With deep knowledge and fresh insight, Berlinski shows how some of the problems swirling in Europe (such as nihilism and neo-Nazism) echo patterns from the distant past, while others (welfarism, childlessness, and Islamism) are novel. She warns non-Europeans: the region that nearly devastated the world in the twentieth century threatens again to inflict grievous damage in the twenty-first." -- Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum
" One of the wisest and most compulsively readable public intellectuals writing today, Berlinski presents a work of Orwellian foresight and Churchillian conviction that will tear a welcome hole in our complacency and teach us to rethink our political future." -- Norah Vincent, former "Los Angeles Times" op-ed columnist
" Serious, well researched-- and riveting. More than a piercing alarm over Muslim radicalism in Europe, this thoughtful book takes us on a tour of the continent's spiritual crisis. Berlinski weaves sociological insight and helpful historical analysis into accounts of everything from the sexual underside of immigration to the dynamics of assassination to Europe's cities without children to its self-extinguishing tolerance." -- Stanley Kurtz, contributing editor at "National Review" Online

"From theHardcover edition."

"Chilling, persuasive, and urgent. Most Americans prefer to think of 'The Old World' as charming, quaint, and irrelevant, but Berlinski shows why all of us need to worry about the harrowing dangers facing European civilization." --Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk show host
"Original, fascinating, and important. With deep knowledge and fresh insight, Berlinski shows how some of the problems swirling in Europe (such as nihilism and neo-Nazism) echo patterns from the distant past, while others (welfarism, childlessness, and Islamism) are novel. She warns non-Europeans: the region that nearly devastated the world in the twentieth century threatens again to inflict grievous damage in the twenty-first." --Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum
"One of the wisest and most compulsively readable public intellectuals writing today, Berlinski presents a work of Orwellian foresight and Churchillian conviction that will tear a welcome hole in our complacency and teach us to rethink our political future." --Norah Vincent, former "Los Angeles Times" op-ed columnist
"Serious, well researched--and riveting. More than a piercing alarm over Muslim radicalism in Europe, this thoughtful book takes us on a tour of the continent's spiritual crisis. Berlinski weaves sociological insight and helpful historical analysis into accounts of everything from the sexual underside of immigration to the dynamics of assassination to Europe's cities without children to its self-extinguishing tolerance." --Stanley Kurtz, contributing editor at "National Review" Online

"From the Hardcover edition."

Chilling, persuasive, and urgent. Most Americans prefer to think of The Old World as charming, quaint, and irrelevant, but Berlinski shows why all of us need to worry about the harrowing dangers facing European civilization. Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk show host
Original, fascinating, and important. With deep knowledge and fresh insight, Berlinski shows how some of the problems swirling in Europe (such as nihilism and neo-Nazism) echo patterns from the distant past, while others (welfarism, childlessness, and Islamism) are novel. She warns non-Europeans: the region that nearly devastated the world in the twentieth century threatens again to inflict grievous damage in the twenty-first. Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum
One of the wisest and most compulsively readable public intellectuals writing today, Berlinski presents a work of Orwellian foresight and Churchillian conviction that will tear a welcome hole in our complacency and teach us to rethink our political future. Norah Vincent, former "Los Angeles Times" op-ed columnist
Serious, well researched and riveting. More than a piercing alarm over Muslim radicalism in Europe, this thoughtful book takes us on a tour of the continent s spiritual crisis. Berlinski weaves sociological insight and helpful historical analysis into accounts of everything from the sexual underside of immigration to the dynamics of assassination to Europe s cities without children to its self-extinguishing tolerance. Stanley Kurtz, contributing editor at "National Review" Online

"From the Hardcover edition.""

-Chilling, persuasive, and urgent. Most Americans prefer to think of 'The Old World' as charming, quaint, and irrelevant, but Berlinski shows why all of us need to worry about the harrowing dangers facing European civilization.- --Michael Medved, nationally syndicated talk show host
-Original, fascinating, and important. With deep knowledge and fresh insight, Berlinski shows how some of the problems swirling in Europe (such as nihilism and neo-Nazism) echo patterns from the distant past, while others (welfarism, childlessness, and Islamism) are novel. She warns non-Europeans: the region that nearly devastated the world in the twentieth century threatens again to inflict grievous damage in the twenty-first.- --Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum
-One of the wisest and most compulsively readable public intellectuals writing today, Berlinski presents a work of Orwellian foresight and Churchillian conviction that will tear a welcome hole in our complacency and teach us to rethink our political future.- --Norah Vincent, former Los Angeles Times op-ed columnist
-Serious, well researched--and riveting. More than a piercing alarm over Muslim radicalism in Europe, this thoughtful book takes us on a tour of the continent's spiritual crisis. Berlinski weaves sociological insight and helpful historical analysis into accounts of everything from the sexual underside of immigration to the dynamics of assassination to Europe's cities without children to its self-extinguishing tolerance.- --Stanley Kurtz, contributing editor at National Review Online

From the Hardcover edition. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

About the Author

Claire Berlinski, born and raised in the United States, has lived and worked in Britain, France, Switzerland, Thailand, Laos, and Turkey as a journalist, academic, and consultant. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, National Review, the Weekly Standard, and Policy Review, among other publications. Berlinski holds a degree in modern history and a doctorate in international relations from Oxford University and has studied French literature at the Sorbonne. She now divides her time between Paris and Istanbul.

From the Hardcover edition. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.


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