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In response to the Republican National Convention, here’s Part 2 of Aaron Wolf’s analysis of American Exceptionalism as the fulfillment of Mormonism. (From the November 2010 issue of Chronicles.)
Mitt Romney, Glenn Beck—and Cleon Skousen: Here’s Part 1 of Aaron Wolf’s analysis of American Exceptionalism as the fulfillment of Mormonism. (From the October 2010 issue of Chronicles.)
Last Saturday, Glenn Beck packed the Mall with a crowd that could have filled Yankee Stadium to overflowing five times over. As it stretched from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, the estimates of its size ran to half a million.
Jonah Goldberg has a piece in yesterday’s USA Today defending television loudmouth Glenn Beck from his critics. In the course of his piece, Goldberg takes a swipe at Pat Buchanan for not being a Republican and for writing a revisionist history of the start of World War II, making the same sort of arguments that used to be made in books published by such conservative publishers as Regnery and Devin-Adair.