Would love to see his two works against Fundamentalism included here. The 1981 edition of his Fundamentalism deals with the criticisms he received after the 1st edition was released. In the first editions he criticizes Fundamentalist scholarship for being fear based and reactionary. his critics claimed that conservative scholarship had come further than he claimed. In the 2nd edition he questions whether conservative scholarship has really come as far as his critics had said it had. Stimulating reading, no matter where you fall on this issue. He definitely falls into the liberal camp.