Arts & Letters
George McGovern’s coalition has finally prevailed—but why?
Joe Scarborough’s new book shows how Republicans can be principled—and pragmatic.
Ira Stoll’s new book is wrong to claim JFK for the right—he was a thorough statist.
A reply to Michael Desch’s “Neoconservatism Rebaptized”
“Conservative internationalism” is a new name for the same old right-wing interventionist follies.
What T.S. Eliot was to poetry and George Kennan to diplomacy, this gentleman scholar is to historical thinking.
E.A. Robinson’s poetry made joy out of despair.
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