May/June 2018

Digital Edition

Commentary

Trump’s New War Cabinet, Patrick J. Buchanan

change_me

Radio Free America, Bill Kauffman

Wheels of History, Aram Bakshian Jr.

Editorial

The Humanitarian Trap

Front Lines

When National Review Turned 15, Kelley Beaucar Vlahos

Crony Capitalism Writ Large, Daniel Kishi

The Scourge of Cultural Marxism, William S. Lind

Cover Package

TAC‘s 15-Year Romp, Scott McConnell

Conservatism in Crisis, Robert W. Merry

Culture War Scorecard, Michael Barone

The Folly of Iraq Invasion, Andrew J. Bacevich

Millennials and Foreign Policy, Matt Purple

Articles

Seaside’s New Urbanist Legacy, James Howard Kunstler

The Art of Building Cities, Theo Mackey Pollack

Arts and Letters

Scruton on the UK’s Post-Brexit Struggle, Bradley Anderson (Who We Are: The State of Britain Now, Roger Scruton)

The Long Evolution of Corporate Rights, Robert VerBruggen (We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights, Adam Winkler)

Ian Bremmer’s Take on the Populist Fury, Rajan Menon (Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism, Ian Bremmer)

Reassessing Wilson: Moralistic Visionary, Jacob Heilbrunn (The Moralist: Woodrow Wilson and the World He Made, Patricia O’Toole)

The Percy Prophecy: Funny, Frightening, Ralph C. Wood