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Thomas Fleming

Thomas Fleming is the president of The Rockford Institute and the editor of Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture. He has worked at the Institute since 1984. He is the author of The Politics of Human Nature, Montenegro: The Divided Land, and The Morality of Everyday Life, named Editors' Choice in philosophy by Booklist in 2005. He is the coauthor of The Conservative Movement and the editor of Immigration and the American Identity. He holds a Ph.D. in classics from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Before joining the Rockford Institute, he taught classics at the University of Miami of Ohio, served as an advisor to the U.S. Department of Education, and was headmaster at the Archibald Rutledge Academy. He has been published in, among others, The Spectator (London), Independent on Sunday (London), Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Chicago Sun-Times, National Review, Classical Journal, Telos, and Modern Age. He and his wife, Gail, have four children and three grandchildren.

ARTICLES BY THIS CONTRIBUTOR:
  Rebuilding the Family Castle
  Thinking Outside the Boxes
  And All Shall Equal Be
  The Wasted Century
  Virtual Neighborhoods
  America’s Grand Strategy
  Eugenio Corti, R.I.P.
  National Debtors
  Eugenio Corti, R.I.P.
  In Search of the Bourgeoisie
  The Mandela Mandala
  Wiseguys
  The Making of Books
  Answering Islam
  Terminators, Inc.
  The Best Schooling Money Can Buy
  Goodbye to All What?
  Looking Backwards
  Topsy-Turvy
  Classical Christian Marriage
  Fiat Values
  Facts and Opinions
  Throughly Modern Millie
  Dead Souls
  Freedom From Religion
  Voting for Monarchy
  "We Want the World, and We Want It Now!"
  Men Men Men Men Manly Men Men Men
  Escapist Fantasies
  Never Never Shall Be Slaves
  Do Androids Tweet...?
  Texas's Pound of Pluck
  Dead Stars,Black Holes
  Revolting Parasites
  Lessons of the War
  In the Gutter With the GOP
  Rome and Jerusalem
  The Tyranny of Democracy
  The Hollywood Horror
  Deforming Education
  Home Rule
  Home for Political Animals
  Our Sacred Anticanon
  The Unentitled
  The Algebra of Equality
  To Save One Child
  Back to the Garden
  The Five Good Reasons
  Five Really Good Reasons
  Freedom From Religion
  Children of the Revolution
  Break out the Booze?
  Looking Backwards
  Lighting a Candle
  Cursing the Darkness
  Save the Children
  Dark Age to Dark Age
  Cheating "Honest" Men
  Divide and Conquer
  Print the Legend
  Redesigned
  When the Going Gets Tough. . .
  Fish or Cut Bait
  Going Through the Motions
  Something to Remember
  Remembering Who We Were
  Substandard: The End of an Illusion
  Stepping Backward
  Wallow in the Mire
  Johnny Rocco’s World
  The Good Life
  To the Future, and Beyond!
  Immigration, Neighbors, and Enemies
  Free Men of a Republic
  No Problem
  Dead Romans and Live Americans
  Self-Evident Lies
  Il Whig in Italia
  Rendering Unto Lincoln
  Uncle Sam's Harem
  Christmas Nightmares
  Whither the Republic?
  The Burden of History
  The Audacity of Hate
  Chinese Monkeys on Our Backs
  Lost in the 50’s
  Sex and Marriage in San Francisco
  Bush’s Whips, McCain’s Scorpions
  Texas: Exes and Sexes
  The Pursuit of Happiness
  Beastie Boys
  Little Aristocracies of Our Own
  Our Open (Borders) Secret
  The Suicide of the West
  The Politics of Human Interests
  Freedom of Conscience
  Wiccan Warming
  “Make Me Do Right or Make Me Do Wrong, I’m Your Puppet”
  Counting People and People Who Count
  Connoisseur of Chaos
  Ted’s Timor Mortis
  Establishing Christian America
  Sense and Sensibility
  Our Fathers’ Fields
  Dead Monkeys and the Living God
  If Pigs Could Fly
  Pigs Is Pigs
  Two Oinks for Democracy
  Jihad's Fifth Column
  El Gringo y El Mexicano
  The Root of All Evil
  The Gods of Athens
  Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off
  In a Savage World
  Socialism Is Theft
  Violent Revolution
  Imposing Utopia
  Why the Empire Fell
  New Wine in Old Bottles
  Where the Ashley and the Cooper Rivers Meet . . .
  The Royal Prerogative
  Lost in Translation
  Europe’s Belgian Future
  Stargazing
  Fortifying the Backyard
  Flickers of Resistance
  Riots in France
  The Beauty of Holiness, the Holiness of Beauty
  The Cataclysm That Happened
  Agrarianism From Hesiod to Bradford
  Lessons From Experience
  Christians Against Terrorism
  It Takes an Autodidact
  James B. Stockdale, R.I.P.
  The Republic We Betrayed
  Heroes in the Age of the Antihero
  The Balkans in Brief
  The Suicide Strategy of the West
  Peace in the Land of Sojourn
  Requiescat In Pace Domini
  Synthesizing Tyranny
  Anarcho-Tyranny, Rockford Style
  Rome Revisited
  Human, Not-Quite Human
  Tsunami on St. Stephen's Day
  Selling Muhammad the Rope
  The Remnant’s Library