Author Archives: Jonathan Coppage
About Jonathan Coppage
Jonathan Coppage is a TAC associate editor. He received a BA in Political Science from North Carolina State University, and previously attended the University of Chicago, where he studied in the Fundamentals: Issues and Texts great books concentration. Jonathan also worked at The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society. Jon can be followed on Twitter @JonCoppage, or reached by e-mail at email@example.com.
Solving such an extreme housing crisis with single-family homes is like solving a fire with gasoline.
Can religious liberty protect black churches from an invasive species of buffered selves?
Conservatives of every stripe sign on to a landmark blow struck against mass incarceration.
Shale and scandal combined to unravel Germany’s prized industrial champion.
“Starchitects” and administrators enjoy debt-fueled binges on the infrastructure of higher consumerism.
Reflecting on this year’s In Defense of Christians summit—without Ted Cruz
Why New Orleans localism beat the world’s most famous architects
Donald “Stay and we keep the oil” Trump is a self-made caricature manufactured for the media—who won’t go quietly.
“Blackwater” and “Hardhome” mark the transition of the HBO show from domestic politics to an existential peril.
A new generation of conservatives has risen to the defense of walkable neighborhoods and traditional development.
Charles Marohn talks to Jon Coppage and Ben Schwarz about conservatives and cities.
Join us at the Congress for the New Urbanism, and for a Friday evening reception.
Turning the tables on the DNC is Paul at his political best; to win, he’ll have to curb his thin-skinned worst.
Reclaiming the roads is frightening by design.
From the newest print edition of the magazine, my look at the …
The shared space movement rewrites the rules of the road.
Wisconsin’s governor badly undermines his own rationale for being president by succumbing to Big Iowa.
Corbusier courted Mussolini with the same ideas that still devastate American cities.
The Atlantic dives deep into the ideological soul of the Islamic State.
Hillary’s plutocratic ways leave a political opening for real conservative populism.← Older posts
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