• Resurrecting the Old Right
    September 1, 2019

    Resurrecting the Old Right

    For those who may have noticed, I’ve been absent from this venerable magazine for more than 12 years. Upon returning, I feel obliged to give an account of what I’ve learned in the intervening time. Aside from visiting my family and doing research...
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  • <em>What the Editors Are Reading</em>
    September 1, 2019

    What the Editors Are Reading

    During Russell Kirk’s fruitful lifetime I regularly took his sage advice concerning books I ought to read. Dr. Kirk had seemingly perused everything worth perusing. Thus, on his say-so in 1968, I read, marked, learned, and inwardly...
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  • Trump's China Strategy
    September 1, 2019

    Trump's China Strategy

    Many years ago, Nobel laureate Paul Samuelson was challenged by a mathematician to name a single proposition in all social science that was both true and nontrivial. Samuelson proposed the principle of comparative advantage, first developed by...
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  • Democrats Adrift
    September 1, 2019

    Democrats Adrift

    The field of Democrats aspiring to be their party’s presidential nominee resembles what the Republican field of four years ago would have been, had Donald Trump not entered the race.
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  • Noble Savages
    September 1, 2019

    Noble Savages

    Allensworth and Frye do a wonderful job dispelling human ignorance concerning the walls that have protected civilizations from barbarians (“Against the Barbarians,” Chronicles, July 2019). But, one thing mentioned bothers me:...
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  • Silicon Valley Insider
    September 1, 2019

    Silicon Valley Insider

    The three articles about the destructive character of Silicon Valley (Chronicles, August 2019) were right on the mark and reminded me of how the area has changed over the years.
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