Author Archives: Alan Pell Crawford
Willing to challenge positions sacrosanct to Republicans, he’s hit a winning formula with today’s conservatives.
A self-made citizen of the world, he was the least snobbish man ever to carry a walking stick.
How the British fought the American Revolution—bravely
How localism prospers in an era of globalization
What the Beats stole from an authentically fake jazzman
Why populism and political parties terrified George Washington
When conservatism became a movement, it lost its soul.
John Jay Chapman teaches conservatives the spirit of practical agitation.
An Artist in Treason: The Extraordinary Double Life of General James Wilkinson by Andro Linklater
from The American Conservative