The new issue of The American Conservative is now on-line in PDF form for subscribers. (And if you’re not already a subscriber, try us free for three months.) We’ve also made available to all, by way of preview, Philip Jenkins’s essay on Argentina’s experience with inflation and authoritarianism and Michael Brendan Dougherty’s report from this year’s March for Life.
This issue contains a special treat for subscribers: a lengthy excerpt of the very good, and very rare, When Money Dies, Adam Fergusson’s classic account of hyperinflation in the Weimar Republic. The book, out of print since the 1970s, fetches a pretty penny on eBay and Amazon’s used-books market these days. But you can get the gist of it just by reading TAC.