Art & Culture
The Case for Prudence
A Review of 'Old Whigs' in the Wall Street Journal
Jun 20, 2019 /
An Excerpt From 'Old Whigs'
Diversity Means Culture, Not Race
Jun 06, 2019 /
Lawrence M. Mead
Lawrence Mead in 'The Spectator'
How Jim Crow Informed Clarence Thomas’ Jurisprudence
Jun 05, 2019
Myron Magnet Discusses
Clarence Thomas and the Lost Constitution
on The Eric Metaxas Radio Show
07 17, 2019
“Wise statesmanship rejects the extremes. But while the prudent leader is often cautious, he is not timid.” https://t.co/cFejbomsRc
Thomas and Breyer’s ‘Stare’ Contest
May 23, 2019
Myron Magnet in the
Wall Street Journal
Multiculturalism and the Anti-American Revolution
May 23, 2019 /
American Conservatism of Experience
May 20, 2019 /
Ted V. McAllister
Ted V. McAllister in 'RealClearPolicy'
Reclaiming History From Howard Zinn
May 20, 2019 /
Naomi Schaefer Riley
Naomi Schaefer Riley interviews Wilfred McClay in 'The Wall Street Journal'
Socialism is an Illusion
May 16, 2019
Joshua Muravchik discusses Socialism versus Capitalism on Fox Business
Wilfred McClay on Teaching American History, the Trouble with Howard Zinn, and ‘Land of Hope’
May 15, 2019
What Happened at Middlebury?
May 02, 2019 /
Ryszard Legutko Interviewed by 'The American Conservative'
Is Loneliness Causing the Rise of Socialism?
May 01, 2019 /
Bruce P. Frohnen
Bruce Frohnen in
Lenin’s Rise to Socialist Power
Apr 24, 2019 /
An excerpt from 'Heaven on Earth: The Rise, Fall, and Afterlife of Socialism'
‘Democratic Socialists’ Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez, and Tlaib Prefer Socialism to Democracy
Apr 18, 2019 /
How “Democratic Socialism” Turned Out to Be a Chimera
On the British Slave Trade, Abolitionism, and Amnesia
Apr 17, 2019 /
An excerpt from 'Imperial Legacies'
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