Author Archives: Gilbert T. Sewall

Christopher Columbus: At the Center of the Culture War

The battle over his legacy has less to do with history than with dominating the present.

Harvard’s Chilling Crusade Against Greek Life

Where does campus policing of private behavior and association end?

Will Europe Restrict African Migration?

France’s Macron touches a third rail of Western politics.

Summer of Love, Winter of Decline

1967 flower power harvested weeds of chaos. Trust me, I was there.

Voice of the Davos Crowd

Faced with rising populism, a former Economist editor can offer only globalist clichés.

Donald Trump and the Ghost of Christopher Lasch

America’s yeoman class revolts.