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Middle-aged whites are suffering an AIDS-level plight, but remain invisible to elites.

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In troubled times, Americans turn to the heroic ideal.

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Will Women Dodge the Draft?

Legislation allowing female conscription began as a protest, but the Pentagon now supports it.

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Don’t Dismiss Housework

Caring for a home requires virtue and a moral imagination.

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Stephen Masty, RIP

A self-made citizen of the world, he was the least snobbish man ever to carry a walking stick.

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The First Dystopia

Science fiction begins with Bulwer-Lytton’s attack on egalitarianism.

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A Note on the Limits of Pluralism

Voluntary associations can threaten freedom, but this does not prove the need for a centralized state.

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