How the Crusades Were Won

How the Crusades Were Won

Philip Jenkins

Contrary to common assumptions, the Crusades were neither a miserable failure nor an exercise in futility. Despite some defeats, their victories were extensive, enduring, and critical.

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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Conservative Clinic

Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Conservative Clinic

Freddy Gray

As a political phenomenon, “the Moggster,” as he is known, is quite Trumpian. He is wildly popular in a way that the experts cannot understand. As Trump was in 2015, he is dismissed as a ridiculous figure who can’t win.

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Anglo Magic

Anglo Magic

Chilton Williamson, Jr.

Field of Blood is one of the best new novels I have read in many a year, a superbly written book by a Russian scholar and analyst who is also a careful artist, a stylist, who has accomplished what few essayists and nonfiction authors ever succeed at . . .

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  • A Sentimental Education

    H.A. Scott Trask | July 12, 2018

    Many Americans probably think that the Pledge of Allegiance dates to the time of the American Revolution, but it was written more than a century later, in 1892. They might be shocked to learn that it was written by a Christian socialist, and the sanctifying words “under God” were not added until 1954.

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  • The Last Days of Theresa May?

    Ralph Berry | July 11, 2018

    “Britain is in turmoil” said Donald Trump. He is right. The country is perfectly happy with its World Cup entertainment, and a prolonged heat wave, but the political class is distraught.

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