Mar./Apr. 2015

Commentary

Killing ISIS Is a Sunni Job

Greece Is the New Cuba

Paranoia Strikes U.S. Intelligence

The drive to “do something” pushes the NSC and FBI to take extreme responses to Charlie Hebdo.

James Webb, War Novelist

The former senator’s literary work displays his noninterventionist past and appealing populism.

Editorial

What a Magazine Is For

Front Lines

Israel’s Choice: Peace or Anarchy?

The Jewish State needs Arab allies against new tides of statelessness.

Country Before Faith

A constitutional scholar’s conscientious objection to the culture war

Who Isn’t Fascist?

Let’s stop calling political foes and foreign threats the f-word.

Cover Story

Building an Underclass

How urban planners helped demolish Britain’s working families

Articles

Black Like Kerouac

What the Beats stole from an authentically fake jazzman

The Color of Urban

Blacks owned the style of the city as whites went country.

Two Cheers for Howard Zinn

The radical historian was as much populist as leftist.

Put a Stop to Stoplights

The shared space movement rewrites the rules of the road.

In Defense of Difficulty

A phony populism is denying Americans the joys of serious thought.