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William Murchison

William Murchison is a corresponding editor of Chronicles and the author of The Cost of Liberty: The Life of John Dickinson (ISI) and Mortal Follies: Episcopalians and the Crisis of Mainline Christianity. William Murchison, syndicated columnist and longtime commentator on religious, cultural, and political affairs, has contributed to many national publications, including the Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Weekly Standard, and First Things.

  What the Editors Are Reading
  Wake-Up Call to the Scared Bunnies
  March On
  The Empty Plinth
  Not Your Brain
  Addressing the Media Addressing Trump
  Dallas in the Dock
  Trouble in the House
  The Left’s True Target
  A Better World
  Perry Potestas
  Die, Sterling!
  Not What It Should Be
  Upstarts Like Shakespeare
  Take a Hand
  Obama: Our American Idol
  The Neopagan No-Rule Book
  Horses and Carriages
  From Mothers to Killers
  How We Got Here
  Strange Conventions
  Bloomberg's Tubbies
  Newt Rocks!
  Faith of Our Forepeople
  Campus Love
  Top—Heavy Schools
  Collegiate Bread and Circuses
  I Spit on Your Grave
  Franky, Ma'am
  Adopting Indecency
  Recovering the Dignity of Truth
  Mainline Marital Mélange
  Running Afoul
  Archbishops of Canterbury
  Southern Gastronomical Unity
  A Topic of Concern
  A Politically Incorrect University
  Changing Attitudes
  Unconditional Surrender?
  We Say Grace, We Say Ma'am . . .
  Washington Politics
  Childish Ideologues
  Squeaking Through
  Offering Religion on a Silver Platter
  Abortion and the Murder of Meaning
  Color Me Kweisi
  Up in Smoke?
  Woolly Conservatism
  Reno Justice Department
  Roll, Jordan, Roll
  Prudence Asserting Itself in Washington?
  Print the Legend
  Don't Mess With the Texas Constitution
  Two Vastly Different Men
  The Dark, Dark Wood of Suicide
  From Greeks to Gringos: Why Mexico Lost Texas
  Sadly for Adlai
  A Calvinist in Gotham
  The Insatiable Presidency
  The Doctor and the State
  Speaking of JFK
  Feminism Fatigued
  Lone Star Populism