• Books in Brief
    Reviews
    April 01, 2020

    Books in Brief

    John DeJak reviews Václav Benda's The Long Night of the Watchman
  • What the Editors Are Reading
    Reviews
    April 01, 2020

    What the Editors Are Reading

    Reviews of Nassim Nicholas Taleb's Antifragile and Diego Gambetta's The Sicilian Mafia
  • Polemics & Exchanges
    Polemics & Exchanges
    April 01, 2020

    Polemics & Exchanges

    Prof. Brion McClanahan answers a critic of his "Reinventing Reconstruction" article in the February number
  • #MeToo for Me, But Not for Thee
    Column
    April 01, 2020

    #MeToo for Me, But Not for Thee

    Human nature does not change, at least not where the Hollywood types who hung around with Harvey Weinstein are concerned. Hypocrisy, not talent, is the number one commodity in Tinseltown.
  • Epidemic for the Record Books
    Column
    April 01, 2020

    Epidemic for the Record Books

    As the hysterical coronavirus overreaction crashes our economy, I can’t help but think of the Spanish flu, which took some 675,000 American lives in 1918 and 1919.
  • The Geopolitics of Coronavirus
    Column
    April 01, 2020

    The Geopolitics of Coronavirus

    The contours of COVD-19's geopolitical impact are becoming apparent in the rapidly changing patterns of mental mapping, political decision-making, and economic flows in the three panregions that matter in today’s world: Asia-Pacific, Europe, and...
  • Letter from Twickenham: In Deepest Remainland
    Correspondence
    April 01, 2020

    Letter from Twickenham: In Deepest Remainland

    One would be hard pressed to find a more pleasant London neighborhood than the leafy suburb of Twickenham, where this author resides. Situated on the Thames River and immersed in history, Twickenham was for years a bastion of conservatism. In the...
  • Faux Originalism
    Society & Culture
    April 01, 2020

    Faux Originalism

    Is Antonin Scalia’s originalism—indeed, constitutional self-government itself—passé? The eternal temptation to read one’s own values into the Constitution beguiles even religious conservatives espousing natural law.
  • Loveline: Stealth Conservative Talk Radio
    Society & Culture
    April 01, 2020

    Loveline: Stealth Conservative Talk Radio

    Some conservative converts got there by reading National Review and Whittaker Chambers’ Witness. Others watched leftist comrades become too radical, or saw the Soviet Union collapse, or recoiled at political correctness. The Loveline caller made a di
  • Hitler vs. the Anglo-Americans
    Reviews
    April 01, 2020

    Hitler vs. the Anglo-Americans

    On April 20, Adolf Hitler turns 131. Ten days later comes the 75th anniversary of his earthly demise in the ruins of Berlin, but he is still our contemporary par excellence. He continues to haunt and fascinate. Hitler’s countenance, his very...
  • Fatal Amendments
    Reviews
    April 01, 2020

    Fatal Amendments

    Enthusiastic defenders of the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution are fundamentalist cultists—and women and minorities are their victims. At least, that is the thesis of University of Miami law professor Mary Anne Franks’ new book,...
  • Traditionalism Redux
    Reviews
    April 01, 2020

    Traditionalism Redux

    War for Eternity strives to show that many modern national conservative and populist movements are paradoxically informed by the arcane intellectual current known as traditionalism.
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